As a developing country, Turkey shines out as a good opportunity for foreign investors to make good use of their budgets.
The necessity of Bilateral Investment Treaties came up with the technological improvements allowing the commercial goods to be transported easily around the world.
The world is witnessing a transition from traditional way of living to technology-based lives all around the world.
We are all witnessing world’s shrinking with the technological developments, as the time passes, fast and secured transportation of goods or energy lead investors to conduct commercial act
English Translation of the first civil offset legislation (‘Industrial cooperation’ as defined in the relevant regulation) is now available on our web-site.
As Parliamentary Election of Turkey which will be held on June 7 approaches, Turkey’s economy continues to fluctuate.
In recent years, Turkey has seen a boost in the use of loans both in individual and in corporate level.
The Financial Crimes Investigation Board (MASAK), which is a main service unit of the Ministry of Finance, having the mission of making policies and carrying out investigation and resear
Turkey, as an emerging market, has its ups and downs to invest from time to time. These times depend on several different factors, but tracing them has crucial importance for investors.
The Turkish Petroleum Law, a touchstone for goals of attracting foreign investors to Turkish petroleum industry entered into force on 11 June 2013 and has been introduced as a revolution in