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Turkish inflation slows, prompting talks on rate cuts

Turkish inflation slows, prompting talks on rate cuts

Turkey’s inflation dipped last month, which means banks will soon be encouraged to cut their interest rates. Erdogan has long been a proponent of lowering interest rates, holding the unconventional view - known to many as Erdoganomics - that cutting rates can result in a lower level of inflation.

11 February 2018

Turkey pressing ahead with economic reforms in 2018 - Simsek

Turkey pressing ahead with economic reforms in 2018 - Simsek

Turkey's economic reforms made great progress last year, returning the country's growth to normal levels and ending the year on an impressive 7 percent figure. This year, the government is pressing ahead with further reforms aimed at increasing investment, lowering inflation levels and boosting trade.

06 February 2018

Kanal Istanbul route revealed

Kanal Istanbul route revealed

After years of speculation, the route for the 45-kilometre canal linking the Black Sea and the Sea of Marmara has been revealed, renewing interest and speculation in nearby real estate, including the Media Highway/Basin Ekspres area.

21 January 2018

Turkey-UK relationship to flourish post-Brexit

Turkey-UK relationship to flourish post-Brexit

British Trade Minister Liam Fox met his Turkish counterpart on Friday to discuss the countries’ relationship post Brexit. Fox said ties between the two countries are as strong as ever, adding that the UK will most likely increase its investment in Turkey. Turkey’s economy is set to outpace Europe’s in coming decades, leading to investment and trading opportunities for the 80-million strong country.

16 January 2018

Fall in foot traffic sees Istiklal Avenue seek a new image

Fall in foot traffic sees Istiklal Avenue seek a new image

Istiklal Avenue, famous for its big brand stores, expensive boutiques and upmarket restaurants, has seen a fall in foot traffic over the past two years. Big brands have moved out, leaving a gap in revenue and rental income. But a new report shows the street might simply need a rebrand. Other main arteries on the European and Asian sides of the city have also seen traffic fall with high levels of construction, but as construction slows pedestrians are set to return.

08 January 2018

Turkey’s new year resolution: improve German ties

Turkey’s new year resolution: improve German ties

As new year's resolutions go, Turkey's is significant: to improve its relations with Germany. A series of diplomatic upsets has seen the number of German tourists travelling to Turkey fall. However, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu is aiming to change this and mend the rift between the two countries. The minister will meet his German counterpart soon to find a way to build bridges and restore traditionally strong ties. 

02 January 2018

Turkish exports top $142 billion this year

Turkish exports top $142 billion this year

Turkey's export figures are creeping up after a tumultuous two years. Exports have topped $142 billion this year, surpassing the entire 2016 total. Turkey is finding new markets and strengthening existing ties to boost its trading with regional partners. Automotive exports are especially strong, and November saw record-breaking figures in this industry.

10 December 2017

Railway connecting Turkey and EU to boost ties, economy

Railway connecting Turkey and EU to boost ties, economy

In a bid to improve cultural and economic ties, Turkey's ploughing millions into its railway infrastructure. As part of its development, construction has begun on a high-speed railway line linking Istanbul and Bulgaria. The project, which is fully backed by the EU, will facilitate the movement of people across Turkey and wider Europe and Asia.

29 November 2017

Turkey’s longest highway tunnel opens after 137 years

Turkey’s longest highway tunnel opens after 137 years

A record-long highway tunnel in Turkey’s northeast has opened, 137 years after the project was first mooted in the Ottoman era. It’s the latest in a long line of ambitious infrastructure projects mooted by President Erdogan. The tunnel through Ovit Mountain, connecting the Black Sea province of Rize with the eastern province of Erzurum, opened on November 22.

23 November 2017

Foreign buyers bought 75% more property in September

Foreign buyers bought 75% more property in September

2016 was a bad year for real estate sales, which goes some way to explaining September's 75 percent jump in sales to foreigners. However, Turkey's economic and political situation remains stable, and government incentives to increase property sales are bearing fruit, says Property Turkey director Cameron Deggin. 

16 November 2017

EU raises Turkey's 2017 growth forecast

EU raises Turkey's 2017 growth forecast

An European Union report predicts Turkey's growth will reach 5.3 percent this year, a correction of more than two percentage points since May. Boosted by economic reforms, Turkey's economy has returned to form this year. Meanwhile, Eurozone growth is predicted to be around 2.2 percent this year.

10 November 2017

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