Turkey has just opened the one of the largest airports in Istanbul.
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
English Translation of the first civil offset legislation (‘Industrial cooperation’ as defined in the relevant regulation) is now available on our web-site.
The general principles setting out the legal requirements for licensing are defined under Law No 4646 of Turkey.
Law No 4646 (“Law”) which regulates the natural gas market in terms of import, transmission, distribution, storage, marketing, trade and the export of natural gas and the rights and obli
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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
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
Turkish parliament has enacted the Law No: 6552 that has been promulgated as of September 11, 2014 and provides restructuring for unpaid tax debts and administrative penalties.
Turkey aims to utilize its energy potential, including renewable sources in a cost-effective manner.
In Turkey, many of the governmental authorities shall apply to procurement of goods, services or works under Public Procurement Law #4734 (PPL).