A British company called CMC has set up a call center in Van, Turkey to employ 500 people. The company which chose Van among many other alternatives to be considered.
Turkey has announced that 2018 will be revived as The Year of Troy in reference to the 20th year anniversary of the ancient city of Troy's recognition by UNESCO in its World Heritage List.
Turkey's first automated urban subway system started operating in Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city on December 15th 2017. President Erdogan and Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım participated in the inauguration ceremony.
Based on reports by official agencies, more than 30 million foreign nationals entered Turkey in the first 11 months of 2017. Excellent news for the country and Turkish economy.
It is reported that Antalya, Turkey's prominent tourism destination on the Mediterranean targets to bring in a revenue of US$ 117 million from sports tourism in the first three months of 2018.
Official data regarding the performance of Turkish economy have been released and the economy had grown by 5.1 percent in the second quarter of the year and by 5.2 percent in the first quarter of 2017.
Turkey's overall public transport payment system is expected to be centralized to allow people to use their name-specific private smart cards for transit payment in all cities across the country.
In a world where over 1.8 billion Muslims constitute 24 percent of the global population companies looking for more business focus their attention on the issue of Halal business.
Turkey’s Prime Minister who is on a two-day visit to UK met with his counterpart Theresa MAY to discuss issues on the agenda.
27 Nov 2017
The popular Turkish TV series called Kara Sevda (Endless/Blind Love) and broadcast on Star TV in Turkey, won Best Telenovela at the 45th International Emmy Awards on November 21st.