Syrian conflict is certainly not the only case where Turkey has given a helping hand to those in need. In fact, the administration of the country has not denied its support to thousands in many different parts of the world.
Turkey’s tourism sector is leaving bad days behind. The sector which saw rock-bottom figures in both number of incoming tourists and revenues in 2016 broke a record in the first five months of the year.
Turkey has come a long way over the last twenty years, and much of the progress stems from Turkey’s 2023 Vision Plan. Introduced by the governing AK Party, the action plan consists of specific goals for all aspects of running the country.
Thanks to campaigns in residential property sector in Turkey, 3-months long downward trend in home sales came to an end with an increase of 2.3 percent in May 2018.
21 Jun 2018
With the Ramadan holiday in Turkey, Turks flocked to beaches in major tourism centers such as Kusadasi, Didim, Bodrum, Marmaris and Antalya.
15 Jun 2018
Restoration work within the scope of the project worth US$ 43.3 million includes museums, libraries, restaurants, shopping areas and a landscape arrangement of 200 acres.
With TANAP Turkey has secured a critical position as a country playing an important role in every stage of the chain covering the process from the manufacturer to the final consumer
Kasikcioglu voiced his happiness as he was awarded the “Canadian Courage Medal” and said "I took this medal on behalf of the great Turkish nation that I am proud to be a member of."
It is reported that the number of tourists coming to Antalya and Gazipaşa airports has approached 3 million as of 28 May 2018. The previous record of Antalya was recorded in 2014.
The construction sector has been the locomotive of the Turkish economy in recent decades. There is no doubt Turkish construction companies have improved their know-how in this field and are much sought after, globally.