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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-08-12

Anadolu Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] CULTURE AND TOURISM MINISTRY TO PROMOTE TURKEY AT EUROSPORT CHANNEL DURING OLYMPIC GAMES
  • [02] ONLY NINE OF THE 37 ELECTRIC RAILWAY ENGINES HAVE EQUIPMENT APPROPRIATE TO ATS
  • [03] ERDOGAN INSTRUCTS STATE MINISTER TUZMEN FOR OPENING OF SARP BORDER GATE
  • [04] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -ENGINEER CLAIMS LIGHT WAS GREEN
  • [05] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -EXPERTS SAY THERE ARE MANY POSSIBILITIES FOR CAUSE OF ACCIDENT
  • [06] TURKEY REPAYS USD 478.37 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT
  • [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN PROCEEDS FROM TBILISI TO BATUMI
  • [08] ERDOGAN: ''ATMOSPHERE OF CONFIDENCE AND STABILITY WILL LEAD BUSINESSMEN TO MAKE MORE INVESTMENTS''
  • [09] SENER SAYS DECISION FOR A NEW STAND-BY DEAL TAKEN UPON REQUEST OF MARKETS
  • [10] TURKISH MAYORS DUE TO MALAYSIA
  • [11] TREASURY SAYS 1,200 MILLION COINS WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL DECEMBER 31
  • [12] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN PROCEEDS FROM TBILISI TO BATUMI
  • [13] ERDOGAN: ''ATMOSPHERE OF CONFIDENCE AND STABILITY WILL LEAD BUSINESSMEN TO MAKE MORE INVESTMENTS''
  • [14] SENER SAYS DECISION FOR A NEW STAND-BY DEAL TAKEN UPON REQUEST OF MARKETS
  • [15] TURKISH MAYORS DUE TO MALAYSIA
  • [16] TREASURY SAYS 1,200 MILLION COINS WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL DECEMBER 31
  • [17] AZERBAIJAN TO OPEN A CONSULATE GENERAL IN KARS
  • [18] POLICE VEHICLE HITS LAND-MINE IN YUKSEKOVA, INJURING A POLICEMAN
  • [19] AKINCI GOES TO ATHENS TO ATTEND OPENING OF OLYMPIC GAMES
  • [20] FOREIGNERS PURCHASING PROPERTY IN TURKEY
  • [21] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -PRELIMINARY REPORTS SAY THERE WAS NOT ANY FAILURE IN SIGNAL SYSTEM
  • [22] PROPOSAL ABOUT OPENING OF A MIXED ''TURKISH-GREEK TELEVISION CHANNEL''
  • [23] ERDOGAN MEETS GEORGIAN PARLIAMENT SPEAKER BURJANADZE
  • [24] BARUT: ''TURKEY EXPERIENCES THE BEST DAYS IN TOURISM''
  • [25] BIGGEST EXPORTER COMPANIES OF TURKEY
  • [26] PRIME MINISTRY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL: ''EIGHT PEOPLE DIED AND 88 OTHERS WERE INJURED IN TRAIN ACCIDENT''
  • [27] PRIME MINISTRY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL: ''11 PEOPLE INJURED IN QUAKE IN SIVRICE''
  • [28] TRAIN ACCIDENT IN TAVSANCIL -FOUR PEOPLE DIED
  • [29] PM ERDOGAN RECEIVED BY GEORGIAN PRESIDENT SAAKASHVILI
  • [30] TRAIN ACCIDENT IN TAVSANCIL -BASKENT AND ADAPAZARI EXPRESSES COLLIDE
  • [31] TALAT CONFIRMS ANNAN SENT LETTER ON MISSING PERSONS
  • [32] ANOTHER TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER REPORTED MISSING IN IRAQ
  • [33] ONE TERRORIST SURRENDERS IN AGRI
  • [34] PREMIER ERDOGAN IN GEORGIA
  • [35] STORM STRIKES CAYCUMA, ELEVEN WORKERS INJURED
  • [36] 2004 ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -YOUTH AND SPORTS GENERAL DIRECTOR ATALAY LEAVES FOR ATHENS
  • [37] ADMIRAL ORNEK ATTENDS BLACKSEAFOR COMMAND HAND-OVER CEREMONY
  • [38] TRNC PREMIER SAYS PAPADOPOULOS EVADES MEETING HIM
  • [39] PM ERDOGAN MEETS GEORGIAN PM ZHVANIA
  • [40] TURKISH GENDARMERY ARREST 51 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS IN EDIRNE
  • [41] PM ERDOGAN ARRIVES IN GEORGIA
  • [42] ''TROJAN HORSE'' IN CANAKKALE
  • [43] BELGIAN TOURISTS PREFER TURKEY
  • [44] TOURISTIC LOCATIONS OF SOUTHEAST ANATOLIA TO BE PROMOTED
  • [45] U.N. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL GRANTS SPECIAL COUNSELLOR STATUS TO FEDERATION OF BALKAN TURKS
  • [46] KARS-TBILISI RAILWAY PROJECT REVISED
  • [47] QUEST FOR A CIVILIAN SG OF NSC
  • [48] FORMER ADMINISTRATORS OF DEHAP RELEASED FROM JAIL
  • [49] CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF SAYS VISIT BY MAYORS TO FAMILY OF TERRORIST IS IMPROPER MANNER
  • [50] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LEAVES FOR GEORGIA
  • [51] NUMBER OF GERMAN AND RUSSIAN TOURISTS VISITING ANTALYA INCREASES
  • [52] CAPITAL OUTFLOW FROM TURKEY DROPS TO USD 87 MILLION
  • [53] IMF EULOGIZED TURKEY

  • [01] CULTURE AND TOURISM MINISTRY TO PROMOTE TURKEY AT EUROSPORT CHANNEL DURING OLYMPIC GAMES

    ANKARA - Turkish Culture & Tourism Ministry started a campaign to promote Turkey at Eurosport channel during 2004 Athens Olympic Games.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe - 17:49

    [02] ONLY NINE OF THE 37 ELECTRIC RAILWAY ENGINES HAVE EQUIPMENT APPROPRIATE TO ATS

    ANKARA - Only nine of the 37 electric engines (locomotives) traveling on Turkish State Railways' (TCDD) Istanbul-Ankara line have equipment appropriate to ATS-Auto Train Stop.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe - 17:40

    [03] ERDOGAN INSTRUCTS STATE MINISTER TUZMEN FOR OPENING OF SARP BORDER GATE

    BATUMI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday instructed Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen for opening of Sarp border gate.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe - 17:40

    [04] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -ENGINEER CLAIMS LIGHT WAS GREEN

    ISTANBUL - Hasan Yucedag, one of the engineers of the Baskent Express who survived yesterday's (Wednesday) head-on crash, claimed that the light was green for him before it collided with the Adapazari Express.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:40

    [05] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -EXPERTS SAY THERE ARE MANY POSSIBILITIES FOR CAUSE OF ACCIDENT

    TAVSANCIL - A delegation comprising experts Thursday started investigating yesterday's (Wednesday) head-on crash of two passenger trains in Tavsancil hamlet in Gebze town of Turkey's northwestern Kocaeli province.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:10

    [06] TURKEY REPAYS USD 478.37 MILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT

    ANKARA - Turkey repaid 478.37 million U.S. dollars in foreign debt, between August 2nd and 11th, 2004.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:10

    [07] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN PROCEEDS FROM TBILISI TO BATUMI

    BATUMI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is currently paying a state visit to Georgia, proceeded to Batumi after completing his meetings in Tbilisi on Thursday.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:09

    [08] ERDOGAN: ''ATMOSPHERE OF CONFIDENCE AND STABILITY WILL LEAD BUSINESSMEN TO MAKE MORE INVESTMENTS''

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, ''atmosphere of confidence and stability will lead businessmen to make more investments.''

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:09

    [09] SENER SAYS DECISION FOR A NEW STAND-BY DEAL TAKEN UPON REQUEST OF MARKETS

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Thursday that ''Turkey decided to make a new stand-by deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) upon the call of the markets''.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:09

    [10] TURKISH MAYORS DUE TO MALAYSIA

    ESKISEHIR - A total of 20 mayors of Turkish cities will attend the Urban Development Congress to be held in Malaysia on September 5 and 9, 2004.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:08

    [11] TREASURY SAYS 1,200 MILLION COINS WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL DECEMBER 31

    ANKARA - Turkish Treasury Department announced on Thursday that 1,200 million coins would be issued until December 31, 2004.

    Releasing a statement, the Treasury Department said that the ''Law on Currency of the Republic of Turkey'' which redenominates the Turkish lira (TL) as the New Turkish lira (YTL) and equalizes 1 million TL to 1 YTL (by dropping six zeros) had taken effect on January 31, 2004.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 17:08

    [12] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN PROCEEDS FROM TBILISI TO BATUMI

    BATUMI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who is currently paying a state visit to Georgia, proceeded to Batumi after completing his meetings in Tbilisi on Thursday.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 16:01

    [13] ERDOGAN: ''ATMOSPHERE OF CONFIDENCE AND STABILITY WILL LEAD BUSINESSMEN TO MAKE MORE INVESTMENTS''

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday, ''atmosphere of confidence and stability will lead businessmen to make more investments.''

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 15:51

    [14] SENER SAYS DECISION FOR A NEW STAND-BY DEAL TAKEN UPON REQUEST OF MARKETS

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Thursday that ''Turkey decided to make a new stand-by deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) upon the call of the markets''.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 15:51

    [15] TURKISH MAYORS DUE TO MALAYSIA

    ESKISEHIR - A total of 20 mayors of Turkish cities will attend the Urban Development Congress to be held in Malaysia on September 5 and 9, 2004.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 15:51

    [16] TREASURY SAYS 1,200 MILLION COINS WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL DECEMBER 31

    ANKARA - Turkish Treasury Department announced on Thursday that 1,200 million coins would be issued until December 31, 2004.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 15:51

    [17] AZERBAIJAN TO OPEN A CONSULATE GENERAL IN KARS

    KARS - Azerbaijan will open a consulate general in eastern province of Kars in line with the last request of late President Haydar Aliyev of Azerbaijan.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:22

    [18] POLICE VEHICLE HITS LAND-MINE IN YUKSEKOVA, INJURING A POLICEMAN

    YUKSEKOVA - A policeman was injured when a land-mine exploded near Karabey village in Yuksekova town of eastern province of Hakkari, sources told the A.A on Thursday.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:22

    [19] AKINCI GOES TO ATHENS TO ATTEND OPENING OF OLYMPIC GAMES

    LEFKOSA - Mustafa Akinci, the leader of the Peace and Democracy Movement in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), went to Greece to attend opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens via the Greek Cypriot side with Turkish passport

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:21

    [20] FOREIGNERS PURCHASING PROPERTY IN TURKEY

    KUSADASI - The number of foreigners purchasing property in Kusadasi township (in western Aydin province) reached 2,000 and the Kusadasi Municipality prepared a directory for foreigners, it was reported.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:21

    [21] TRAIN CRASH IN TAVSANCIL -PRELIMINARY REPORTS SAY THERE WAS NOT ANY FAILURE IN SIGNAL SYSTEM

    ANKARA - According to preliminary reports by a technical team of the State Railways (TCDD), there was not any failure in signalization system, but ignorance of a stop signal by one of the trains drivers caused yesterday's crash in Tavsancil.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:21

    [22] PROPOSAL ABOUT OPENING OF A MIXED ''TURKISH-GREEK TELEVISION CHANNEL''

    ISTANBUL - Cenk Demirkiran, a research assistant from the Istanbul University (IU) Faculty of Communications, said ''Turkey and Greece can open a joint television channel like the ARTE TV of Germany and France''.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:20

    [23] ERDOGAN MEETS GEORGIAN PARLIAMENT SPEAKER BURJANADZE

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that the position adopted to solve the South Ossetia issue was not right. He indicated that the best way to resolve conflicts is the dialogue and not to resort to arms.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 14:20

    [24] BARUT: ''TURKEY EXPERIENCES THE BEST DAYS IN TOURISM''

    ANTALYA - Turkish Hotel Keepers' Association (TUROB) Chairman Ahmet Barut said on Thursday, ''Turkey experiences the best days in its tourism sector.''

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 11:53

    [25] BIGGEST EXPORTER COMPANIES OF TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - GISAD Dis Ticaret A.S., the foreign trade company of the Association of Turkish Clothing Manufacturers, became the biggest exporter company of Turkey as it realized nearly 1.6 billion U.S. dollars of exports last year.

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 11:52

    [26] PRIME MINISTRY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL: ''EIGHT PEOPLE DIED AND 88 OTHERS WERE INJURED IN TRAIN ACCIDENT''

    ANKARA - Prime Ministry Emergency Management Directorate General declared on Thursday that eight people died and 88 others were injured in train accident in Tavsancil hamlet of Gebze town in northwestern Kocaeli province

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 10:21

    [27] PRIME MINISTRY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT DIRECTORATE GENERAL: ''11 PEOPLE INJURED IN QUAKE IN SIVRICE''

    ANKARA - Prime Ministry Emergency Management Directorate General In a written statement said on Thursday that 11 people were injured and several houses were slightly damaged in an earthquake in Sivrice township in eastern Elazig province

    12 Ağustos 2004 Perşembe -- 10:21

    [28] TRAIN ACCIDENT IN TAVSANCIL -FOUR PEOPLE DIED

    ANKARA - Four people died after two trains collided in Tavsancil hamlet of Gebze town of northwestern Kocaeli province on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:59

    [29] PM ERDOGAN RECEIVED BY GEORGIAN PRESIDENT SAAKASHVILI

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was received by Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:57

    [30] TRAIN ACCIDENT IN TAVSANCIL -BASKENT AND ADAPAZARI EXPRESSES COLLIDE

    ANKARA - Baskent Express and Adapazari Express collided in Tavsancil hamlet of Gebze town of northwestern Kocaeli province on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 17:36

    [31] TALAT CONFIRMS ANNAN SENT LETTER ON MISSING PERSONS

    LEFKOSA - UN Secretary General Kofi Annan sent letter to both Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Prime Minister Mehmet Ali Talat and Greek Cypriot leader Tassos Papadopoulos on missing persons in Cyprus.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:54

    [32] ANOTHER TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER REPORTED MISSING IN IRAQ

    ANTAKYA - Another Turkish truck driver was reported missing in Iraq, sources told the A.A on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:52

    [33] ONE TERRORIST SURRENDERS IN AGRI

    AGRI - A PKK/Kongra-Gel terrorist surrendered to security forces in Dogubeyazit town of Turkey's eastern Agri province

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:50

    [34] PREMIER ERDOGAN IN GEORGIA

    TBILISI - Importance of completion in time of the Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) oil pipeline for both Turkey and Georgia was stressed during a tete-a-tete meeting of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Georgian counterpart Zurab Zhvania and meetings between Turkish and Georgian delegations in Tbilisi on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:49

    [35] STORM STRIKES CAYCUMA, ELEVEN WORKERS INJURED

    CAYCUMA - Eleven workers were injured when a tornado struck off a part of the roof of a factory in Caycuma town of Turkey's Black Sea port city of Zonguldak on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 16:07

    [36] 2004 ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -YOUTH AND SPORTS GENERAL DIRECTOR ATALAY LEAVES FOR ATHENS

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Youth and Sports General Director Mehmet Atalay and accompanying officials left for Athens, Greece on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:49

    [37] ADMIRAL ORNEK ATTENDS BLACKSEAFOR COMMAND HAND-OVER CEREMONY

    BATUMI - Turkish Naval Forces Commander Admiral Ozden Ornek attended on Wednesday the ceremony in which Bulgaria handed over command of the Black Sea Naval Cooperation Task Group (Blackseafor) to Georgia.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:46

    [38] TRNC PREMIER SAYS PAPADOPOULOS EVADES MEETING HIM

    LEFKOSA - Prime Minister Mehmet Ali Talat of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) said on Wednesday that Greek Cypriot leader Tassos Papadopoulos evaded meeting him.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:45

    [39] PM ERDOGAN MEETS GEORGIAN PM ZHVANIA

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan met Georgian Prime Minister Zurab Zhvania today in Tbilisi.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:37

    [40] TURKISH GENDARMERY ARREST 51 ILLEGAL MIGRANTS IN EDIRNE

    EDIRNE - Turkish gendarmery arrested 51 illegal migrants in northwestern Edirne province, sources said on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 15:37

    [41] PM ERDOGAN ARRIVES IN GEORGIA

    TBILISI - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tbilisi, Georgia on Wednesday.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:31

    [42] ''TROJAN HORSE'' IN CANAKKALE

    CANAKKALE - The wooden horse which was used in the movie ''Troy'' was brought to northwestern Canakkale province on Wednesday and parts of the ''Trojan Horse'' started to be put down to atelier of Canakkale Municipality.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:14

    [43] BELGIAN TOURISTS PREFER TURKEY

    BRUSSELS - Belgian tourists preferred Turkey in 2004, sources said on Wednesday.

    The number of Belgian tourists who arrived in Turkey in 2004 increased by 61 percent, when compared with 2003.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:14

    [44] TOURISTIC LOCATIONS OF SOUTHEAST ANATOLIA TO BE PROMOTED

    SANLIURFA - Halfeti town and Rumkale hamlet of southeast Sanliurfa province and Zeugma Ancient city in southeast Gaziantep province will be promoted thanks to a new project.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:13

    [45] U.N. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL GRANTS SPECIAL COUNSELLOR STATUS TO FEDERATION OF BALKAN TURKS

    BURSA - United Nations (U.N.) Economic & Social Council granted the status of ''special counselor'' to the Federation of Balkan Turks Migrants and Refugees Associations (BGF).

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:13

    [46] KARS-TBILISI RAILWAY PROJECT REVISED

    ANKARA - Kars-Tbilisi railway project will be revised and connected to a railway that will be constructed in Azerbaijan.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:13

    [47] QUEST FOR A CIVILIAN SG OF NSC

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Wednesday that ''once we reach consensus on the name of the person to be appointed as (the civilian) secretary general of National Security Council (NSC), we will send the official decree to the President's Office for approval.''

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:12

    [48] FORMER ADMINISTRATORS OF DEHAP RELEASED FROM JAIL

    ANKARA - Former leader of Democratic People's Party (DEHAP) Mehmet Abbasoglu and former Secretary General Nurettin Sonmez, who were imprisoned on charges of forgery in official documents, were released from prison after serving part of their sentence term, sources said on Wednesday. They left Haymana Prison at 06.00 a.m. this morning.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:12

    [49] CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF SAYS VISIT BY MAYORS TO FAMILY OF TERRORIST IS IMPROPER MANNER

    IZMIR - Turkish Chief of General Staff Gen. Hilmi Ozkok said on Wednesday that visit by several mayors to offer their condolences to the family of a terrorist who was killed in security operations in Turkey's southeastern Diyarbakir province was an ''improper manner''.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 14:11

    [50] PRIME MINISTER ERDOGAN LEAVES FOR GEORGIA

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan left for Georgia on Wednesday as the guest of Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 12:43

    [51] NUMBER OF GERMAN AND RUSSIAN TOURISTS VISITING ANTALYA INCREASES

    ANTALYA - The number of Russian tourists visiting southern Antalya province increased by 52.39 percent, while the number of German tourists spending their holiday in the city rose by 36.81 in the first seven months of 2004 when compared to the same period last year

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 11:07

    [52] CAPITAL OUTFLOW FROM TURKEY DROPS TO USD 87 MILLION

    ANKARA - Capital outflow from Turkey has been decreasing. Amount of direct investments in other countries by investors living in Turkey dropped to 87 million U.S. dollars at the end of first half of 2004 from 398 million U.S. dollars at the end of 2003.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 11:00

    [53] IMF EULOGIZED TURKEY

    WASHINGTON D.C. - International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Directors eulogized Turkish authorities for the impressive economic performance, with macroeconomic conditions at their best in decades.

    11 Ağustos 2004 Çarşamba -- 10:10


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