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US President Donald Trump called on citizens from all over the world to come to the US because of the corona virus, but Tyler Boyd who is a professional player of Besiktas Football Club rejected that call, saying “Turkey is safer”.

At a time when the whole world is suffering from the coronavirus pandemic Turkey’s administration has been trying to show its top performance taking necessary measures to ensure citizens.

Experts comment, Turkey's fight against coronavirus has become good example to the world.

Turkey’s near-term growth recovery, raising its growth forecast for 2020 from 3.1 per cent to 3.9 per cent and for 2021 from 3.6 per cent to 4 per cent.

Turkey plans to open Dardanelles Bridge in Canakkale to traffic by March 2022. Turkey soon to benefit one of the unique engineering wonders by connecting Bosphorus to Aegean Sea.

Turkey to grant visa exemptions to citizens of United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain and Poland for touristic travel as of 2 March 2020.

Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) has announced the statistics on housing sales for January. It was reported that 113,615 houses had been sold in Turkey in January 2020.

Japanese companies prefer Turkey for investments. As Turkey has developed during last decades, Japanese companies have shown growing interest in establishing partnerships and investing funds in this country.

It is reported that Turkey and Pakistan are considering a plan to make it easier for citizens of both countries to obtain dual citizenship, a significant boost in their relations.

In 2019, a record in the history of the Republic of Turkey was set in gold production. Turkey's gold production, which was 27.1 tons in 2018, rose 40 per cent to 38 tons in 2019.

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