“Our money has no value”: frustration increases in Turkey during the pound crisis

ISTANBUL – Lines in front of bread shops and gas stations; farmers in default of payment; impromptu street demonstrations. Signs of economic distress in Turkey are all too clear as the pound continues on a steep slide. Sporadic protests have erupted around Turkey and opposition parties have called for a …

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Turkish Erdogan announces he will visit UAE in February

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he plans to visit the United Arab Emirates in February as the two countries prepare to put years of strained relations behind them. The powerful crown prince of Abu Dhabi visited Ankara last week, making his first official trip …

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Real estate, a perfect investment? – Times Square Chronicles

Buying real estate has always been the most conservative way to save money. After all, the purchased apartment is inviolable property, which will remain with the buyer no matter what. Especially if it is insured. Most often, real estate is invested by people aged 54 on average, which caught the …

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President Alvi calls for measures to integrate ECO region – Journal

• Sees an imperative for peace in Afghanistan for the TAPI gas pipeline, the CASA-1000 power grid and the trans-Afghan railway projects• Bilateral talks with the presidents of Uzbekistan, Turkey, Iran, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi said that the member states of the Organization for Economic Cooperation …

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Turkey: hotspot for luxurious Indian weddings

A destination wedding is defined as a ceremony that takes place outside the couple’s hometown and requires travel for most of those involved. Viewing wedding ceremonies as a private matter, some people tend to prefer a foreign destination with a limited guest list for their D-Day. Therefore, destination weddings, which …

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The best part of the turkey is the enchiladas

Turkey Day passed and the dogs dragged the carcass across the lawn. The last bone I chose. If I cook it properly, no one will get sick. As I told readers last week, I was in charge of the turkey for Thanksgiving. I went with the smoker as a method. …

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Turkish lira crisis hits Idlib in Syria | Business and Economy News

Jamil Barakat says making a living in the town of Idlib in northwestern Syria has never been easy. But the next Turkish lira crisis and skyrocketing inflation made his small business a nightmare. “Product prices change every day and customers are incredulous,” Barakat told Al Jazeera. “And of course you …

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Greek companies closely monitor Turkish interests amid pound collapse – Greek City Times

Greek companies with billions of euros in investments in Turkey are closely monitoring developments in the neighboring country as the eastern economy kneels under the weight of the collapse of the Turkish lira. Data shows that Greek companies have actively invested in Turkey’s $ 720 billion economy in recent years …

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Experity Ventures ™ feeds 1,000 people in sponsorship with Operation Turkey

Young Volunteers in Action Young Volunteers in Action Young Volunteers in Action PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 26, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Experity Ventures is pledging 1,000 meals to Operation Turkey, a two-decade-old nonprofit whose mission is to feed the homeless and less fortunate on Thanksgiving. By becoming a local sponsor, Experity is …

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Q&A: public procurement and PPP for ports and terminals in Turkey

Public procurement and PPP Legislation Is the legislation governing public procurement and PPPs general or specific? The legislation governing public procurement and public-private partnerships (PPP) is specific. Although some general laws such as the Law on Public Procurement (Law No.4734) and the Law on Public Procurement Agreements (Law No.4735) are …

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