Posts from category Turkey News

Aviation Industry Lengthens Trajectory in Africa

on August 9, 2010 by admin in Africa News, Botswana News, Ethiopia Airlines, Ghana News, Kenya News, Morocco News, Namibia News, Tourism News, Travel News, Turkey News, Comments Off

Renewed confidence in the African economic renaissance, most international airlines are on an expansion mode in the African continent to meet the growing demands of a prospective travel and freight market. The stupendous rebound of Africa from the global economic… Continue reading

Portugal and Turkey Ink Landmark Visa Exemption Deal

on July 18, 2010 by admin in Business, EU News, Tourism News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Travel News, Turkey News, Work, Comments Off

Turkish Foreign Minister’s one day visit to Portugal has culminated in the signing of a mutually beneficial partial visa exemption agreement. According to the deal, citizens of both countries who have special or service passports will be able to travel… Continue reading

EU Prez Tours West Balkans to Assuage Fears on EU Accession

on July 6, 2010 by admin in Albania News, Economy, EU News, Kosovo News, Serbia News, Trade News, Turkey News, Comments Off

The European Union President Herman Van Rompuy has made a whirlwind trip to the Western Balkan states starting from Slovenia through Croatia, Serbia and Kosovo to demonstrate the Union’s commitment for expansion. The EU head’s visit to the countries that… Continue reading

Russia to be Less Reliant on Food Imports

on February 8, 2010 by admin in Global Economy, Import News, Kazakh Business, Largest Wheat Exporter, Russia News, Trade News, Turkey News, US Business News, World Business, World Grain Forum, Comments Off

According to RIA Novosti, the President of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev has approved a plan to boost domestic food production and reduce the country’s dependence on imports. Russia plans to enhance its food production through a new food policy which is… Continue reading

Egypt Removes Additional Tariff – India Expects the Same from Turkey

on April 25, 2009 by admin in Bilateral Trade, Egypt News, India News, Trade News, Turkey News, Comments Off

Mounting pressure from the Indian government has forced Egypt to call off the ‘precautionary fee’ of 25 percent of CIF value imposed in January this year on Indian cotton yarn, fabric and sugar. This tariff was in addition to 5… Continue reading