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Turkish Minister YazÄ±cÄ± (C), Undersecretary of South Korean Customs Administration Baek Un-chan (L) and his Turkish counterpart pose at the ceremony. Turkey moved to develop its multi-billion dollar bilateral trade with South Korea yesterday by signing a deal to harmonize their customs systems â the first such deal between the Asian nation and a European country.
The Russian citizens own 300 000 properties in Bulgaria and invested around EUR 18 B, reports Deutsche Welle.
According to estimates, this is about 10 times more than the officially recognized investments by Russian companies in Bulgaria. Thus Russia becomes the largest foreign investor in Bulgaria's economy.
Iranian President Hasan Rouhani, who pays a historic visit to Turkey, described partnership between Turkey and Iran as âstrategicâ and âstrongâ with future plans to deepen relations in every field including joint fight against "extremist terror" in reference to growing concerns about the existence of some radical groups in Syria
Iranian President Hasan Rouhani arrived in Ankara early June 9 for crucials talks on a number of key issues in his first official trip to Turkey since he took over the presidency last year.
According to the exports data for the first four months of 2014, when compared to the first four months of 2013 of the low-rate period, we cannot say there was a âboostâ in exports, whereas the increase in the foreign exchange rate is not at all a small one The structure based on a low foreign exchange rate policy that Turkey has been following for some time due to the effect of chan
Since April 2, a total of 200 bartenders have been competing for regional rounds to be among the world finalists to represent Turkey at the Diageo Reserve WORLD CLASSâ¢ Global Finals âHow to mix?â will be sole problem tonight for 16 young bartenders in Istanbul.
As Iranâs President Hassan Rouhani starts his two-day official visit to Ankara today hosted by President Abdullah GÃ¼l of Turkey, high rank delegations from the U.S. and Iran will meet in Geneva for two days of nuclear talks in the first direct diplomatic contact since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.