HERDEM360 Meetings: Localization, Indigenization and Intersectoral Partnerships May 14,2016 @Divan Hotel »
Ideations explaining the reasons and the fundamentals that we are facing almost everyday on social, economical and political basis also make many social and intercommunal notions to root in
As a developing country, Turkey shines out as a good opportunity for foreign investors to make good use of their budgets.
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
Russian energy leader Gazprom maintains its leading position in the gas industry of the world.
On a number of occasions in the recent past, policy makers required for some reasons to define or to refer to the same procurement mechanism with different terms including but not limited to
Spotlight: Concerns about Constitutionality of Turkey’s New IP/O Regime in Civil Industrial Sectors »
On 06 February 2014, Turkish Parliament has enacted a 6518 Omnibus Bill, gazetted February 19th 2014, which adjoins a provision to article 3 of the Law No 4734 Public Procurement Law (“Law
A Way to Avoid Unstable Electricity Market Prices in Turkey: Risk Sharing Contracts
Following the privatization of energy market in Turkey, in last 10 years, many big investors have lined up
Turkey’s expansion of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector for 2015have been estimated by some recent researches.
By means of its geographical location, Turkey appears to be one of the sunniest countries in Europe, with the calculated solar radiation level quite similar to Portugal and Spain.
Turkey’s Civil Offset/Industrial Participation Enthusiasm: Public Procurement versus Industrial Participation, Creating a Risk Area in International Trade Practices »
Most probably many people would not know more about where offset/industrial participation discussions were moving toward before the article titled “The defence industry: Guns and Sugar”