Turkish economy achieves 5.9 percent growth in Q3
Turkish economy grows by 5.9 percent in third quarter of year and becomes highest growing economy among G20 countries
Giant gas platform from Brazil to Turkiye
Turkish Petroleum Corporation acquires platform ship, size of 4 football fields, from Brazil to process natural gas discovered in Black Sea
Turkish Airlines expand international network with Detroit
Leading Turkish Airlines widen its network in the United States by launching direct flights to Detroit
Turkiye delays Sweden's NATO membership decision
Turkish Parliament decides to postpone debate on the draft law ratifying the protocol on Sweden's accession to NATO
‘Monetary measures boost Turkish economy’
The effects of the steps taken within the scope of monetary tightening and simplification have started to provide boost to Turkish economy, governor of Central Bank says
Turkish Airlines orders hundreds of new Boeing aircraft
Turkish Airlines has announced to buy 240 new Boeing aircraft, and taken options on 115 more, inking the largest order ever placed by a Turkish company for US manufactured goods. In May, Ahmet Bolat, Chairman of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of THY, announced that they would order 600 aircraft
Bayraktar TB3, GOKBEY achieve landmark tests
While Bayraktar TB3 UCAV, developed by the Turkish defense industry company Baykar Technology, successfully completed its 4th flight test, GOKBEY, a domestic helicopter developed by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), made a high-altitude flight and reached 20,000 feet
'Türkiye ready to help Gaza'
Regarding Türkiye's aid activities towards Gaza, the National Defence Ministry stated that the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) is ready to take part in both humanitarian aid and evacuation in line with the directives to be given.
Republic of Turkiye celebrates 100th anniversary
A century ago, leader Mustafa Kemal Ataturk set the Republic of Türkiye on a path of progress, democracy, and a strong national identity. Happy 100th birthday, Türkiye Republic.
Turkish honey breaks record in world
Honey, which is among Türkiye's important production and export products, was preferred in 52 countries, especially in the United States, Israel, and Germany in 9 months of the year. In the third quarter of the year, honey was sold to Croatia, the People's Republic of China, Albania, Iceland, Sweden, Syria, Uzbekistan and Cameroon.
Turkish TV series become star of Cannes
TV and production sector fair MIPCOM opened its doors in Cannes, France. Istanbul Chamber of Commerce (ICOC) President Sekib Avdagic said that Turkish TV series were the center of attention of 108 countries in Cannes.
Good news for Turkish economy from EBRD
The positive atmosphere that emerged after the steps taken by the economic administration is rapidly changing the expectations for the Turkish economy. After Moody's and IMF, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) also revised its growth forecast for Türkiye. The Bank raised its growth forecast for the Turkish economy for 2023 to 3.5 percent.
'The Economist' examines Turkish defence industry
London-based 'The Economist' praised the Turkish defense industry in its article titled 'Meet the world's new arms manufacturers'. The Economist said of the Turkish defense industry: 'Türkiye ranks first among emerging arms exporters and getting closer to autonomy in arms production."
Erdogan, Netanyahu face to face for first time
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is in New York, United States of America (USA) as part of the 78th General Assembly of the United Nations (UNGA), met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at the Turkish House (Turkevi). The leaders met for the first time and discussed the political and economic relations between the two countries and the latest developments in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Sanction decision from US to Turkish companies
The United States Treasury Department has imposed sanctions on Turkish companies and citizens for violating sanctions against Russia. Speaking to Reuters, the US official said it had imposed sanctions on five Turkish companies and one Turkish citizen.
'Epochal' study by Turkish scientists
As the countdown to Türkiye's first manned space mission continues, details of the experiments to be carried out within the scope of the mission are coming to light. Turkish researchers say they will genetically intervene in plants under space conditions and that this will be a 'groundbreaking' study.
Positive step for Turkish Banks by Moody's
The US-based International credit rating agency Moody's changed the outlook for Turkish banks from negative to stable and added that the government's first steps towards returning to orthodox policies following the elections in May 2023 have supported operating conditions for Turkish banks.
Türkiye sold tea to 109 countries in 7 months
Ahmet Hamdi Gurdogan, Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Eastern Black Sea Exporters Association of Türkiye, announced that they earned 17 million 182 thousand 55 dollars in the January-July period of this year and exported 3 thousand 576 tons of tea.
Türkiye's most powerful weapon to be tested
The testing of the HISAR-U (SIPER) missile, which will be among Türkiye's most powerful weapon systems, has begun. It is planned to be tested in an 850-kilometer area this week in Black Sea.