With the new regulation of Planned Areas Building Baylaws, foreigners can purchase lands within the borders of General Command of Gendarmerie and Commands of Coast Guard. The Planned Areas Building Baylaws published on Official Gazette with providing some improvements. The regulation will be valid from October 1st. If the building licences get until...
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ALANYA For many people, the phrase "holiday in Turkey" means only one - holiday in Alanya. Turkey is a huge and varied country, and on the shores of the four seas, many resorts and resorts have been planted, but the association is justified. Alanya is home to the largest number of Polish tourists every year, and...Read more
This article discusses several issues related to Turkish economy. Below we present the statistics that indicate the prosperity of the Turkish economy. A very good time for Turkish entrepreneurs and foreign investors. GDP growth in Turkey increased by five per cent in the first quarter of 2017 compared to data from the same period last year,...Read more
The prudent actions of the Turkish government in the last decade and the lack of coercion to adapt to the idiotic EU standards have made the Turkish economy at a high level, and it is likely that this situation will be temporary. Turkey is growing very fast. It does not need membership of the European Union...Read more
Tourism For many years, Turkey is at the forefront of the most visited destinations by tourists from many countries in the world. Turkey all year long has loads of things to offer. Each region offers other tourist attractions. For those who are looking for sun, a Turkish riviera on the Mediterranean Sea awaits you. The riviera...Read more
In a study conducted by Assoc. Prof Özge Gökdemir of İstanbul University and Res. Asst. Dr Songül Gül of Marmara University, it was found out that the immigrants who migrated to İstanbul are happier than the Turkish people. According to the Global Immigration Report Statistics published by the United Nations in late 2013, 3.2 percent of...Read more