Kurdish regional government’s finance minister says the administration's revenue from oil sales via Turkey totals $170 million so far.
Turkey imported 45.2 billion cubic meters of natural gas last year, a 1.42 percent decrease on 2012.
“We are aiming to double our shares in the projects following years” said Turkish energy minister Taner Yildiz.
Currently it is estimated that there are almost a million Syrian refugees in Turkey, about 70 percent of whom live outside the refugee camps.
Tehran building instalments to strengthen capacity, deputy chief of Iran's gas company says
Number of unemployed people decreased for the fourth consecutive month.
Russian agricultural officials are in Ankara discussing widening export licences to Turkish companies to export more of their food products to Russia.
In an effort to become the tenth largest global economy, the Turkish government aims for the women employment rate to exceed 35 percent by the year 2023.
Turkish exporters' group working closely with the economy and agriculture ministries to simplify procedures for exporting to Russia
Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci told Reuters in an interview that the central bank's core mandate for price stability should be expanded to include employment and growth
Turkish stocks rose on Monday morning following Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory in Turkey's presidential election.
The federal Kirkuk-Ceyhan pipeline carrying Kirkuk oil to Ceyhan has been down after consecutive attacks.
Gold was the most profitable investment in Turkey in July, according to the country's statistical authority.
Russia's moves introduce idea of trading with regional partners in their local currencies could be favourable to Turkey.
Exports stay flat at $12.5 billion in July after trade falls amid EU-Moscow fallout and warring in neighboring Iraq.
A worldwide boycott could alter the Israeli economy, enterpreneurs from the Anatolian Businesspersons' Association and Istanbul Commodity Exchange said.
Syrian entrepreneurs have been ranked first in foreign investments made in Turkey, according to official numbers.
Seoul's statement reveals de facto agreement for service and investment sectors, after closing differences that had led to lengthy delay
Turkey, the world's biggest hazelnut supplier, exports more than 220,000 tons in 10 months.
‘High interest rate policy is a form of cruelty against common people,' said Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Confidence in the service and construction sectors rose in June but fell for the retail sector.