DIARY - Turkey - to Jan 13, 2010

(All times are provisional and in GMT. For local time, add two hours. This diary is updated every day, and new listings or amendments are marked "*".) KEY INDICATORS DATE GMT/LOCAL INDICATOR PERIOD PRIOR 22/11 1500/1700 Govt debt stock Oct 460.7b 23/11 0800/1000 Consumer confidence Oct 90.4 25/11 1430/1630 CPI forecast 2wk N/A 23/11 0900/1100 Foreign arrivals Oct +11.1% 24/11 1430/1630 Capacity utilisation Nov 75.3% 24/11 1430/1630 Manufacturing conf Nov 107.2p 30/11 0800/1000 Trade balance Oct -$6.70b 1/12 N/A TIM export figures Nov $10.79b 3/12 0800/1000 CPI m/m Nov +1.83% 3/12 0800/1000 CPI y/y Nov +8.62% 3/12 0800/1000 PPI m/m Nov +1.21% 3/12 0800/1000 PPI y/y Nov +9.92% 8/12 0800/1000 Industrial Production Oct +10.4% 8/12 1430/1630 CPI forecast 2wk 8.10% 8/12 1500/1700 Treasury cash balance Nov -7.49b *10/12 0800/1000 GDP Q3 10.3% *16/12 1700/1900 Interest rate decision Dec 7.0% *15/12 0800/1000 Unemployment Sep 11.4% 13/12 0800/1000 Current account Oct -$4.08b FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12 *ASHGABAT - President Abdullah Gul holds news conference during official visit to Turkmenistan. SEOUL - Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan attends G-20 meetings in South Korea. *ISTANBUL - Central Bank Governor Durmus Yilmaz and Banking Regulation and Supervision Agency Chairman Tevfik Bilgin speak at economic conference. *ANKARA - Parliamentary commission discusses budgets for Labour and Public Works and Settlement Ministries. *ISTANBUL - Lender Akbank, conglomerates Sabanci Holding and Dogan Holding and media group Dogan Yayin expected to announce third-quarter results. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 *DHAKA - Erdogan to visit Bangladesh. Until Nov 14. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15 NATIONWIDE - Financial markets and public offices close at mid-day to observe start of Eid al-Adha holiday. Until Nov. 19. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 NEW YORK - United Nation Secretary General Ban Ki-moon meets Cypriot President Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu to discuss their efforts to reunite Cyprus. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19 LISBON - Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and Gul expected to attend NATO summit in Lisbon. Until Nov. 20. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24 *ISTANBUL - Council of Europe Conference of Ministers of Justice. Until Nov. 26. ISTANBUL - Lloyd's List Turkish Shipping & Ship Finance Conference. Until Nov. 25. ISTANBUL - Shipbuilding Summit. Until Nov 25. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26 ISTANBUL - SteelOrbis conference on Turkish steel market. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1 ISTANBUL - Istanbul Chamber of Commerce to release November inflation data for Turkey's biggest city. MONDAY, DECEMBER 6 ISTANBUL - Tunnels & Underground Construction Eurasia conference. Until Nov. 9. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 ANKARA - Central Bank releases twice-yearly financial stability report. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16 ISTANBUL - First hearing of so-called Sledgehammer trial, in which retired and active officers stand accused of plotting to topple Erdogan's government in 2003. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1 *ISTANBUL - Istanbul Chamber of Commerce to release December inflation data for Turkey's biggest city. THURSDAY, JANUARY 13 *DIYARBAKIR, Turkey - Next hearing in trial of 151 Kurdish politicians and activists accused of links to outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party. NOTE - The inclusion of diary items does not necessarily mean Reuters will file a story based on the event. For the Reuters index of All Available Diaries, please click inside the brackets:. Keywords: DIARY TURKEY/ (Istanbul newsroom tel +90 212 350 7122; email: istanbul.newsroom@reuters.com) COPYRIGHT Copyright Thomson Reuters 2010. All rights reserved.

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