Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu has announced that his ministry has gone into the “Emergency” management mode, which requires a 24/7 state of alarm.
The new coronavirus has finally reached Turkey. The time that it will take to contain the virus will primarily depend on the effectiveness of the health services, accuracy of policy decisions and the prudence of the public.
Thomas Cook Group, the British travel conglomerate which has been in business since 1841 announced yesterday that it was ceasing all of its operations and trading on the stock ex [...]
Following the ousting of the head of Turkish Central Bank, Murat Cetinkaya, by a statutory decree, there are talks of three possible reasons for President Erdogan to replace him. [...]
Turkey’s consumer inflation fell to its lowest level in a year in June thanks to a high so-called base effect and a drop in food prices, potentially paving the way for the countr [...]