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Turks economisch nieuws september 2016

turkeys-economy-records-over-3-percent-growthTurkey’s economy records over 3 percent growth

Turkish economy manages to grow at significant pace in second quarter of 2016 despite challenges at home and abroad.

Turkey’s Gross Domestic Product grew by 3.1 percent in the second quarter of 2016 compared to the same period in 2015, the Turkish Statistical Institute reported Friday.

Read the full article on: Anadolu Agency

istanbul-finance-summit-debates-turkish-economyIstanbul Finance Summit debates Turkish economy, Europe

Second day of IFS’16 sees contributions on resilience of Turkey’s economy, future of post-Brexit European Union.

The Turkish economy’s resilience and the future of Europe were discussed on the second day of the 7th International Finance Summit in Istanbul on Wednesday.

Read the full article on: Anadolu Agency

turkish-airlines-sees-38pct-rise-in-passenger-numbersTurkish Airlines sees 3.8pct rise in passenger numbers

Data published on Friday show passenger increases on domestic, international routes.

Turkish Airlines carried 42.7 million passengers between January-August this year — up 3.8 percent compared to the same period of 2015, the company said in a stock filing on Friday.

Read the full article on: Anadolu Agency


turkey-needs-more-reforms-to-raise-growthTurkey needs more reforms to raise growth: Deputy PM Şimşek

Turkey needs to implement further economic reforms to set it on a path of higher growth, Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek said on Sept. 8, as reported by Reuters.

“A further reform effort is needed to enable Turkey to [get] back to [a] high economic growth track… Turkey is on the brink of a high growth period based on research and development [R&D] and innovation,” he said at the launch meeting for home accounts and state contributions in Ankara, as quoted by Reuters.

Read the full article on: Hurriyet Daily News

us-based-fund-to-invest-900m-in-total-in-turkeyUS-based fund to invest $900M in total in Turkey

Capital inflow into Turkey has been increasing day by day. In this framework, on behalf of the Investment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey (ISPAT), U.S.-based Washakie Renewable Energy, Noil Energy Group and the partner of these funds in Turkey SBK Holding A.Ş are involved in the capital inflow of $950 million into Turkey.

Read the full article on: Daily Sabah

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