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Investing abroad always poses risk but if you’re careful, though, you can profit nicely in overseas markets, some with double-digit year-over-year growth.
Discussing whether Turkey's latest economic growth makes for a great investment, with Joyce Chang, JPMorgan head of emerging markets research; and Mark Newton, Greywolf execution partners.
Research has shown that there will continue to be a battle for top talent in Turkey, as it competes with the West to attract and retain the best employees, says Mark Hamill, CEO of global search firm SpenglerFox
From carpets to calligraphy to ceramics, there is a lot of history and variety to the fine art of Turkey and the Ottoman Empire that preceded it.
Turkey’s dependence on imported oil is hampering its growth, and is likely to continue doing so as the country’s prosperity increases, regional analysts and energy experts say.
Turkey's information and communications technology sector is probably the foremost candidate for growth.
The U.S. may have committed a strategic error in not recognizing Turkey as a geographic bridge and trade center earlier.
Turkey’s roaring economy has earned it the nickname “New Tiger” among foreign investors -— who are pouring money into the country.
Ankara’s effort at energy self-sufficiency will mean dishing out big contracts without offending any of its major trade partners.
Dominated by a highly-regarded banking sector and flourishing consumer goods industry, Turkey’s stock market is easy for foreign investors to access.
For years, the prospect of Turkey joining the EU wasn't taken seriously. But Turkey has embarked on a series of economic and political reforms, making it more palatable to EU members.
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Tom Essaye, Editor, Money and Markets says things are improving in corn & soybean markets due to hot weather concerns.
Troubled Cyprus, the small island affected by its closeness to Greece, has approached Russia for a loan, but its preferred option would be borrowing from Europe, the island’s Finance Minister told CNBC Friday.
Though Turkey was one of several countries to receive a temporary waiver from U.S. sanctions, it is looking to Saudi Arabia and Libya for crude oil, as well as a number of other energy sources.
Turkey’s economy, which grew by a stellar 8.5 percent last year, will manage to achieve a soft landing this year despite rising external risks such as the euro zone debt crisis, the country’s finance minister Mehmet Simsek told CNBC on Tuesday.
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Turkey and Indonesia could be the next economies to reach $1 trillion-status, Ruchir Sharma, author of "Breakout Nations: In Pursuit of the Next Economic Miracles", told CNBC.
Smaller G20 currencies have outperformed the big four all year, and this strategist sees the trend continuing.