Certainly, the coronavirus pandemic will forever mark the year 2020. With a global impact, this epidemic which has been raging for a year now, has hit very hard all the economies of the world and has ..
After a slight deceleration in the circulation of the epidemic, the number of cases of contamination has accelerated in recent weeks in Turkey (between 25,000 and 30,000 new daily cases and more than ..
The recent verbal escalation between France and Turkey has intensified the tensions, already palpable since this summer, between Paris and Ankara. However, these diplomatic differences should not infl..
The Covid-19 continues to occupy the headlines in Turkey like many countries. As of September 28, 2020, Turkey recorded 315,845 cases of contamination for 8,062 deaths. The health situation in Turkey ..
The recovery in confidence indexes in June confirms the resumption of economic activity in Turkey, a recovery accelerated by the gradual normalization measures implemented since June 1st. Indeed, acco..
In June, Turkey continued its process of gradual and controlled normalization. Bars, restaurants and cafes reopened with strict condition of applying hygiene and social distancing measures, curfews im..
This month, the newsletter dedicates a large part of its editorial to Covid-19 and explains the process of gradual and controlled normalization started since mid-May. So far, the country has stood out..
This month, our Newsletter is a special issue devoted to the economic, health and societal assessment of Turkey in the context of its fight against Covid-19 and to the new sectoral opportunities which..
This month, our Newsletter devotes a large part of its editorial to the Covid-19 virus. Indeed, although affected to a lesser extent, Turkey is not spared from the Coronavirus : as of March 25, 59 dea..
Advantis is a TEAM FRANCE EXPORT SOLUTION for French SMEs and ETIs targeting the public export system, Team France Export (founding members: CCI France, Business France, Bpifrance and the Régions de F..
According to IMF and World Bank new estimates, Turkey should experience a return to growth in 2020 at around 3%, a scenario much more optimistic than advanced in 2019 by those two institutions which f..
Turkey closed 2019 on a positive economic note. Indeed, the country's GDP registered a growth of +0.9% in the third quarter on a year-on-year basis, ending three consecutive quarters of contraction. A..
November was marked by a renewed interest from foreign investors in Turkey. Many European and Asian industrials from different sectors have decided to enter the Turkish market through various investme..
On September 30, the government launched its second new economic program to respond to constantly evolving challenges and to remedy macroeconomic imbalances. Following this, the growth forecasts were ..