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YellAli opens new office in Istanbul and appoints new staff to better service its Istanbul clients

26th April 2016 Press Release - Istanbul

YellAli is pleased to announce the opening of its new office in Istanbul. The office is located in the Astoria business complex, which is situated in Esentepe, Şişli on Büyükdere Caddesi providing easy access to YellAli clients living and working in central...
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Full EU membership is Turkey’s most crucial strategic target: Deputy PM

25th April 2016 Deputy Prime Minister Mehmet Şimşek has said the full membership process to the European Union was Turkey’s most crucial strategic target, while speaking at the High-Level EU-Turkey Economic Dialogue meeting in Istanbul on April 25.
“The full membership process to the EU has been the...
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New tip for German tourists in Turkey: Make no anti-govt political statements

18th April 2016 The newly updated tips page by the German Foreign Ministry for tourists going to Turkey now includes a new piece of advice: don’t criticize the Turkish state. It comes amid a freedom of speech scandal over a German comic’s video mocking the Turkish president.
The tips published on...
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Turkish Government Moves to Protect Tourism Businesses Hit by Downturn

11th April 2016 Turkey moved to minimize the financial fallout from a sharp drop in tourism by creating new rules to govern the $17 billion that local hospitality firms owe the banks.
Until the end of the year, banks will be able to restructure loans granted to tourism businesses twice before declaring...
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Turkey probes leak of 50 million people’s data

6th April 2016 Turkey is investigating how hackers managed to post online the personal data of nearly 50 million people, or two-thirds of the population.It is believed to be the biggest data breach in the country’s history.The website says included is the ID information of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan,...
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Greece sends first migrants back to Turkey

5th April 2016 Two boats left the Greek island of Lesbos Monday morning and arrived in Dikili in western Turkey.The EU’s border agency, Frontex, told the BBC that 131 people were on board, most from Pakistan.Another boat is expected to leave the island of Chios later Monday. A total of 202 people will be...
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Turkey’s inflation eases in March as food prices drop

4th April 2016 Annual inflation in Turkey fell unexpectedly in March, mainly due to a sharp decline in food prices, according to official data released on April 4.  The Turkish Statistics Institute (TÜİK) said the annual consumer price index fell to 7.46 percent in March. February’s rate stood at...
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