Turkish Airlines increased number of passengers by a quarter in 2013.
Poland's President Komorowski, lauded the two countries’ visa exemption scheme and stated that Poland seeks to attract foreign capital, adding: "I think there is potential in Turkey. We can be more effective and stronger together in the third world."
While Standard & Poor's lists Ukraine and Turkey as highly vulnerable to shifting capital outflows, S&P credit analyst Moritz Kraemer says Ukraine's situation is 'completely different' than Turkey's.
Turkey's statistics agency, Turkstat, says 2 million 747 thousand people were unemployed in Turkey in 2013, as the jobless rate rose by 9.7 percent compared to 2012.
Iran to present its solution offer to Turkey in April. Turkish authorities stress that this creates unfair competition against Turkish transporting companies
Employment has increased in Turkey by 22.7 percent since 2008 global economic crisis.
Using domestic lignite reserves means Turkey could reduce natural gas imports by US$12 billion.
Moscow has held onto its title as the billionaire capital of the world. New York and Dallas are lone U.S. entries among the top 10, which has 5 Asian cities.
Forbes says Turkey's largest food producer Yildiz Holding´s chairman Murat Ulker is the richest man in Turkey with a US$3.7 billion.
Turkish Exporters' Assembly says Turkey's exports increased 4.3 pct year-on-year in February hitting US$12.1 billion.
The Turkish economy will benefit from a pipeline project that will transport Azerbaijani gas to the EU, which offers European Union an alternative to Russian supplies.
Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (TANAP)'s nationalization has been offered to Turkey's cabinet on Monday, said Turkey's Energy Minister.
Highly competitive, Turkish companies offer quality and tailored goods and services at reasonable prices.
Turkey will not receive discounts on Iranian gas despite complaints over lack of energy security, Iran's national gas company chairman says
Interest in Turkish real estate has surged with 1,157,190 houses sold in 2013, including 12,181 houses sold to foreigners.
Economy minister says 'there is no possibility of an economic crisis... Turkey's loan structure is very healthy.'
Turkey's exports increased to US$152 billion in the last 12 years, said the Economy Minister.
5,802 new companies were established in Turkey in January.
Turkey’s assets abroad rose by 5.6 percent at end of 2013 compared to end of 2012, reaching US$224.8 billion.
TUPRAS said the company’s net profit reached 1.19 billion Turkish lira ($US541 million) in 2013, down from 1.47 billion TL in 2012.
Turkey's Central Bank pumps 29 billion Turkish lira ($13.2 billion) into the market.