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S&P affirms Turkey's credit rating; outlook stable
Anadolu Agency | 2021-Oct-23
The number of companies in Turkey set up by Iranians grew to 513 firms in the first half of 2019 from 368 a year earlier, bne Intellinews reported referring to data provided by the country’s state-run news agency Anadolu.
Some 233 companies of tho...30 Jul
Credit agency Moody's now expects Turkey's gross domestic product (GDP) to grow by 6.0% year-on-year for 2021, EmergingMarketWatch reported referring to the agency’s Global Macro Outlook report updated in August. The projection was revised up by 1.0p...02 Sep
Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has lowered its estimate on Turkey's potential economic growth by 0.5pps to 4.3% for the next five years, CEEMarketWatch reported. The agency's reduction was explained with the collapse in the investment-to-GDP rati...14 Mar
Turkey saw its early bookings for the summer season of 2019 jump by 25% on an annual basis, proving that the tourism sector will be stronger than in 2018, Hurriyet Daily News reported referring to data provided by tourism association Tour Operators' ...29 Jan