Turkey, fastest growing destination in global tourism with 214 percent increase in reservations in 2018
24 Sep 2018
In the latest issue of the weekly magazine Travelweek published in Canada, Turkey was presented as "an emerging destination" in 2018-2019, owing to the riches offered by its nature and seas.
Foreigners who own real estate in Turkey worth a minimum of $250,000, instead of $1 million, can apply for Turkish citizenship. New law has been approved by President Erdogan.
Ministers from Turkey and UK attended the “6th annual Turkey-UK Joint Economic and Trade Commission (JETCO)” on Thursday September 13th to draw outlines of prospects in mutual trade and economic cooperation.
It is reported that Istanbul New airport will go into operation on 31st October 2018 with a Turkish Airlines flight planning to make its first flight from the new airport to Ankara in the country and Azerbaijan and the TRNC, abroad.
Tolga Ertukel, Managing Director of Turkey Homes, issues the following statement regarding the current ruling by the Government of Turkey for all property sales in Turkey following the statement issued by Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey is known as one of the best alternative destinations for “halal holidays” because it is considered as the legacy of the great Ottoman Empire that ruled for 600 years
At a time when relations between the USA and Turkey keep worsening with negative impact on Turkish economy, the famous American investor Jim Rogers has referred to the US decision to implement sanctions against Turkey as madness.
Qatar decides to support Turkey with US$ 15 billion investment as lira continues to lose value against dollar
06 Sep 2018
As the conflict between USA and Turkey continues and the Turkish lira fails to stop losing value Turkey has received a meaningful support from Qatar, its reliable ally in the Gulf region.
It is reported that LinkedIn plans to run operations in 30 countries from Istanbul. Currently, the company which is headquartered in Dublin has offices in 18 other countries.
Turkey’s official statistics establishments records the substantial increase in demand for Turkish property from Gulf countries, despite the sharp fall in lira.