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Turkish Textile Industry PDF Print E-mail
2009-01-05 16:29:49
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Halit Narin, President of the International Textile Manufacturer?s Association and chairman of the board of the Turkish Textile Employers Association,

The textile and ready-made clothing sector is one of Turkey’s locomotive industries. Of the approximately 43,000 companies that are operating in the sector, 25% of them are active exporters. Of Turkey’s 500 largest manufacturing establishments, 20% of them are active in the textile and ready-made clothing sector. It is estimated that total investments made in Turkey’s textile and ready-made clothing sector have surpassed $150 billion.
Last Updated ( 2009-01-05 16:31:22 )
 
Turkish Textile Industry PDF Print E-mail
2009-01-05 16:29:49
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Halit Narin, President of the International Textile Manufacturer?s Association and chairman of the board of the Turkish Textile Employers Association,

The textile and ready-made clothing sector is one of Turkey’s locomotive industries. Of the approximately 43,000 companies that are operating in the sector, 25% of them are active exporters. Of Turkey’s 500 largest manufacturing establishments, 20% of them are active in the textile and ready-made clothing sector. It is estimated that total investments made in Turkey’s textile and ready-made clothing sector have surpassed $150 billion.
Last Updated ( 2009-01-05 16:31:22 )
 
Using Turkish Hazelnuts Adds Value to Products PDF Print E-mail
2009-01-05 16:23:59
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According to historical records, hazelnuts were being produced along the southern shores of the Black Sea in today’s Turkey as far back as 2300 years ago and Turkey has been exporting these nuts to other countries for the past 600 years.
Last Updated ( 2009-01-05 16:26:11 )
 
"Times of Economic Crisis are Always A Good Opportunity For Investments" PDF Print E-mail
2009-01-05 15:59:40
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Barbaros Karaahmetolu and Thomas Luz.

As the effects of the economic crisis spreads across the United States, companies that are closing, those who cannot get their outstanding receivables, those who are freezing their investments and those who are shrinking their markets are all lining up.
Last Updated ( 2009-01-05 16:02:14 )
 
The New Favorite of Investors: Nursing Homes PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 17:04:22
Bönen, Germany – The Turkish immigration to Germany started with the signing of an agreement in 1961. The move, which had a slow pace in the beginning, increased as per arrangement between Turkey and the European Economic Community in 1963. While there were 6800 Turkish people living in Germany in 1961, with the arrival of new immigrants the number went up to over 1 million in 1975 and climbed to over 2 million in 1998.
Last Updated ( 2011-05-04 01:44:03 )
 
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