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The First Turkish Physical Therapist in Dortmund PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 15:45:51
Dortmund, Germany - It is possible to meet people in every kind of profession among the Turkish population living in Germany. The second generation of Turks are inclined to prefer areas requiring more specialization as compared to other sectors; having the advantage of being fluent in two languages, they are able to move towards different professional areas.
Last Updated ( 2008-08-29 15:48:51 )
The Market's Yogurt Leader PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 15:40:14
Krefeld, Germany – “It all started with the belief that it would be possible to produce in Germany those products that Turkish immigrants would enjoy.” This is how Zekeriya Yasemin, the founder of Yayla, starts to tell the story of the Yayla corporation.
Over 180 dairy and meat items produced by Yayla-Türk GmbH, which was established in 1984, are found in Turkish kitchens all over Europe and particularly in Germany.
Last Updated ( 2008-08-29 15:43:28 )
If Doner were to be a Profession! PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 15:30:39
Koln, Germany - Döner, which rapidly spread through European countries with Germany in the lead, has surpassed all fast food products and has become a giant sector with its producers, sales points, restaurants and consumers. In Germany there are overall nearly 300 döner makers. Around 30,000 döner stalls and restaurants employ 150,000 employees.
Chamber of Döner Entrepreneurs led by Yunus Altinsoy.
Last Updated ( 2008-08-29 15:42:35 )
Organization of Ethnic Enterprises PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 15:11:32
Dortmund, Germany - Dortmund, located in the North Rhine-Westphalia district of Germany, has a population of 587,800 and is the seventh largest city in the country. It ranks 34th among the large cities of Europe and according to the 2005 census residents include 134,000 (22.9%) immigrants.There are approximately 27,000 Turkish people living in Dortmund.
Caner Aver, Spokesman of DOGIAD.
Last Updated ( 2008-08-29 15:24:08 )
The Star of the Opera PDF Print E-mail
2008-08-29 15:02:09
Bonn, Germany – The word Bonn immediately connotes the capital of West Germany during the cold war years, prior to the fall of the Berlin wall, and the birthplace of  Ludwig van Beethoven. Bonn, which was the capital of Germany from 1949-1999, is a charming city with a 2000-year long history and a population of 314,000, located 20 km south of Köln.
Last Updated ( 2008-08-29 15:06:16 )
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