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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-09-30

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

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] ERDOGAN: ''WE EXPECT REPORT TO BE POSITIVE''
  • [02] BESIKTAS IN UEFA LEAGUE
  • [03] IMF PRAISES TURKEY'S ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE
  • [04] TRNC FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS THEODOROU'S BASELESS ALLEGATION AIMS TO DISCREDIT TRNC
  • [05] RESULTS OF FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS FOR AUGUST OF 2004
  • [06] GUL SAYS DISCUSSIONS OVER TURKEY'S ACCESSION TO EU SHOULD BE REFLECTED TO PEOPLE CORRECTLY
  • [07] TURKISH GOVERNMENT AND EU STILL CANNOT REACH AGREEMENT ON NAME UNDER WHICH TRNC WILL BE REPRESENTED
  • [08] EU ACTING PRESIDENCY OFFERS OBSERVER COUNTRIES INCLUDING TRNC SIT AT THE TABLE WITHOUT THEIR NAME PLATES
  • [09] MOODY'S UPGRADES TURKISH GOVERNMENT LOCAL CURRENCY DEBT RATING FROM B3 TO B2
  • [10] TUZMEN: ''IRANIAN GOVERNMENT WILL BRING TAV AND TURKCELL AGREEMENTS ONTO AGENDA OF PARLIAMENT IN THREE WEEKS''
  • [11] MUMCU: ''NUMBER OF TOURISTS VISITING TURKEY WILL EXCEED 17 MILLION THIS YEAR''
  • [12] GUCLU SAYS TURKISH PEOPLE DON'T NEED TO CONCERN OVER MAD COW DISEASE
  • [13] TUZMEN: ''TRADE VOLUME WITH IRAN TO REACH THREE BILLION U.S. DOLLARS''
  • [14] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES RISE BY USD 1 BILLION
  • [15] TURKEY REPAYS USD 1 BILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT
  • [16] TURKISH DPT DELEGATION MEETS OECD OFFICIALS IN PARIS
  • [17] WORLD TURKISH BUSINESSMEN'S CONVENTION STARTS
  • [18] ERDOGAN DUE TO VISIT COUNCIL OF EUROPE
  • [19] TURKISH COURT SENTENCES UNITED STATES TO PAY 1 DOLLAR COMPENSATION TO TURKISH WRITER
  • [20] EU STUDY SAYS TURKEY'S MEMBERSHIP WILL BE GOOD FOR EU
  • [21] TREASURY AUTHORIZES CITIGROUP AND MORGAN STANLEY TO LEAD BOND ISSUE
  • [22] NEW LEGISLATIVE YEAR TO START TOMORROW
  • [23] EU JUSTICE AND INTERIOR MINISTERS' UNOFFICIAL MEETING STARTS
  • [24] CHP SAYS SITUATION IN NORTH OF IRAQ REACHES DISTURBING DIMENSIONS
  • [25] BABACAN: ''HIGH OIL PRICES TRIGGERED HIGH CURRENT ACCOUNTS DEFICIT''
  • [26] PARLIAMENT TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER -FIRST TWO ROUNDS OF VOTE TO BE HELD IN OCTOBER 6TH
  • [27] BELGIAN DELEGATION VISITS PARLIAMENT

  • [01] ERDOGAN: ''WE EXPECT REPORT TO BE POSITIVE''

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Thursday that they did not have any concern on the progress report to be made public by European Commission on October 6th and also the decision to be made in the European Union (EU) Summit, adding that they expected the progress report would be positive.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe - 23:51

    [02] BESIKTAS IN UEFA LEAGUE

    ISTANBUL - Besiktas of Turkey defeated Bodo/Glimt of Norway 1-0 in the UEFA Cup first round, second leg in Istanbul on Thursday. Turkish soccer club will compete in the UEFA league to be held for the first time.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe - 23:36

    [03] IMF PRAISES TURKEY'S ECONOMIC PERFORMANCE

    WASHINGTON, D.C. - International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Rodrigo de Rato and First Deputy Managing Director Anne Krueger praised Turkey's economic performance.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe - 21:23

    [04] TRNC FOREIGN MINISTRY SAYS THEODOROU'S BASELESS ALLEGATION AIMS TO DISCREDIT TRNC

    LEFKOSA - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Foreign Ministry and Deputy Prime Ministry said on Thursday that the statement of Greek Cypriot Justice Minister Doros Theodorou who claimed that there were ''training camps of Chechen terrorists'' in TRNC was a baseless and made-up story.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 21:23

    [05] RESULTS OF FOREIGN TRADE STATISTICS FOR AUGUST OF 2004

    ANKARA - In August 2004, Turkey's exports increased by 20 percent to 4,594 million U.S. dollars, while imports rose by 31.3 percent to 7,846 million U.S. dollars.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 21:23

    [06] GUL SAYS DISCUSSIONS OVER TURKEY'S ACCESSION TO EU SHOULD BE REFLECTED TO PEOPLE CORRECTLY

    ANKARA - Turkish Foreign Minister & Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Thursday that discussions over Turkey's accession to the European Union (EU) should be reflected to the people correctly.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 20:19

    [07] TURKISH GOVERNMENT AND EU STILL CANNOT REACH AGREEMENT ON NAME UNDER WHICH TRNC WILL BE REPRESENTED

    ANKARA - Turkish government and the European Union (EU) still could not reach an agreement on the name under which Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) will be represented in the OIC-EU Foreign Ministers' Joint Forum to be held in Istanbul on October 4th and 5th, diplomatic sources said on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 20:14

    [08] EU ACTING PRESIDENCY OFFERS OBSERVER COUNTRIES INCLUDING TRNC SIT AT THE TABLE WITHOUT THEIR NAME PLATES

    ANKARA - European Union (EU) Acting Presidency offered Turkey that observer countries including also Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) should take their place at the table in the OIC-EU Foreign Ministers' Joint Forum without their name plates.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 19:20

    [09] MOODY'S UPGRADES TURKISH GOVERNMENT LOCAL CURRENCY DEBT RATING FROM B3 TO B2

    ANKARA - Moody's Investors Service has raised Turkey's local currency debt rating from B3 to B2, citing continued improvement in the country's public sector debt dynamics.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 19:20

    [10] TUZMEN: ''IRANIAN GOVERNMENT WILL BRING TAV AND TURKCELL AGREEMENTS ONTO AGENDA OF PARLIAMENT IN THREE WEEKS''

    TEHRAN - Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen quoted Iranian officials as saying that Iranian government would bring agreements with (GSM operators) TAV and Turkcell onto the agenda of their parliament in three weeks.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 19:20

    [11] MUMCU: ''NUMBER OF TOURISTS VISITING TURKEY WILL EXCEED 17 MILLION THIS YEAR''

    ANKARA - Turkish Culture and Tourism Minister Erkan Mumcu said that the number of tourists visiting Turkey would exceed 17 million this year.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 19:19

    [12] GUCLU SAYS TURKISH PEOPLE DON'T NEED TO CONCERN OVER MAD COW DISEASE

    ANKARA - Turkish Agriculture and Rural Affairs Minister Sami Guclu said that Turkish people didn't need to concern over mad cow disease.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 16:40

    [13] TUZMEN: ''TRADE VOLUME WITH IRAN TO REACH THREE BILLION U.S. DOLLARS''

    TEHRAN - Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen said on Thursday that trade volume between Turkey and Iran would reach three billion U.S. dollars at the end of this year.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 16:24

    [14] FOREIGN EXCHANGE RESERVES RISE BY USD 1 BILLION

    ANKARA - Foreign exchange reserves of the Central Bank rose by 1,36 million U.S. dollars between September 17th and 24th, 2004.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 16:24

    [15] TURKEY REPAYS USD 1 BILLION IN FOREIGN DEBT

    ANKARA - Turkey repaid 1,17.55 million U.S. dollars in foreign debt between September 1st and 29th, 2004.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 16:23

    [16] TURKISH DPT DELEGATION MEETS OECD OFFICIALS IN PARIS

    PARIS - A Turkish delegation headed by State Planning Organization (DPT) Undersecretary Ahmet Tiktik has been holding meetings in Paris, France with OECD officials on a report on Turkey's economy.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 15:36

    [17] WORLD TURKISH BUSINESSMEN'S CONVENTION STARTS

    ANKARA - The Fifth World Turkish Businessmen's Convention started in Ankara on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 14:47

    [18] ERDOGAN DUE TO VISIT COUNCIL OF EUROPE

    STRASBOURG - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan will come to Strasbourg on October 5th as the official guest of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE).

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 14:47

    [19] TURKISH COURT SENTENCES UNITED STATES TO PAY 1 DOLLAR COMPENSATION TO TURKISH WRITER

    ANKARA - Ankara Basic Criminal Court no: 22 on Thursday sentenced the United States to pay a moral compensation of 1 U.S. dollar.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 14:04

    [20] EU STUDY SAYS TURKEY'S MEMBERSHIP WILL BE GOOD FOR EU

    BRUSSELS - European Union (EU) Executive Commission said on Thursday in a study that Turkey's European Union membership could offer economic and political benefits to both sides.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 13:44

    [21] TREASURY AUTHORIZES CITIGROUP AND MORGAN STANLEY TO LEAD BOND ISSUE

    ANKARA - Turkish Treasury Undersecretariat has authorized Citigroup and Morgan Stanley to lead issue of bonds with maturity in March 2015.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 13:43

    [22] NEW LEGISLATIVE YEAR TO START TOMORROW

    ANKARA - The Turkish parliament will start the new legislative year on October 1st.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 13:43

    [23] EU JUSTICE AND INTERIOR MINISTERS' UNOFFICIAL MEETING STARTS

    THE HAGUE - European Union (EU) Justice and Interior Ministers' unofficial meeting started in The Hague, the Netherlands on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 13:43

    [24] CHP SAYS SITUATION IN NORTH OF IRAQ REACHES DISTURBING DIMENSIONS

    ANKARA - ''Situation in north of Iraq reached disturbing dimensions. We are calling on the Turkish government to take necessary steps immediately,'' Republican People's Party (CHP) Deputy Chairman Onur Oymen said on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 13:43

    [25] BABACAN: ''HIGH OIL PRICES TRIGGERED HIGH CURRENT ACCOUNTS DEFICIT''

    ISTANBUL - ''This year's current accounts deficit is higher than expected because of high oil prices,'' Turkish State Minister Ali Babacan said on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 12:32

    [26] PARLIAMENT TO ELECT ITS NEW SPEAKER -FIRST TWO ROUNDS OF VOTE TO BE HELD IN OCTOBER 6TH

    ANKARA - The Turkish parliament will start the new legislative year on October 1st.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 11:43

    [27] BELGIAN DELEGATION VISITS PARLIAMENT

    ANKARA - Belgian Senate Social Affairs Commission Chairperson Annemie Van de Casteele and an accompanying delegation paid a visit to Turkish Parliamentary Health, Family, Labor and Social Affairs Commission Chairman Mahfuz Guler on Thursday.

    30 Eylül 2004 Perşembe -- 11:43


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