Category: Uncategorized

ATCCI PRESENTS: DESTINATION: USA

We highly recommend Turkish companies to take advantage of this valuable webinar that want to enter or grow their presence in competitive US markets. SOME QUESTIONS WE WILL ANSWER IN THIS WEBINAR What are the requirements a company has to consider before deciding to enter the US Markets? What are the commercial, legal and marketing…
Read more

23 April Celebration from Retired Astronaut

Retired astronaut, Dr. Don Thomas, who went to space four times during his 20 years career at NASA. sent a video message to Space Camp Turkey and he congratulated the April 23rd National Sovereignty and Children’s Day. He emphasized that, this year April 23rd is also the 100th anniversary of the Grand National Assembly of…
Read more

Erdogan, Trump agree on ‘close cooperation’ in virus crisis

Originally posted in Katu, on April 19, 2020 ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and U.S. President Donald Trump have spoken on the phone, discussing the coronavirus pandemic, bilateral relations and regional developments. According to an account of the phone call shared by the Turkish presidency’s office on Sunday, the two leaders agreed…
Read more

Coronavirus Flight Bans: Turkey Bans 46 More Countries

March 25, 2020 Due to coronavirus, Turkey brought restricting travel to certain countries. Health Minister Fahrettin Koca recently announced that a total of 20 countries have been banned in the fight against coronavirus. According to the decisions of the Science Committee of the Ministry of Health; As of March 21, 2020, at 17:00, flights to…
Read more

Turkish Cargo continues to be the business partner of the trade

Originally published in Ajot.com on March 19, 2020 While it is trying to compensate any loss of capacity, resulting from the contingency bringing about the effects that are experienced intensely on global basis (COVID-19), Turkish Cargo, the global air cargo brand, is increasing the frequencies of its flights, operated by freighters, for the purpose of…
Read more

Turkey can meet the jewelry export deficit of the United States

Originally published in Hurriyet, on March 3, 2020 China exports 12 billion dollars jewelry products to the United States, but corona virus disrupt the trade. Mustafa Kamar evaluated the situation and said; “the outbreak would dislodge the world supply chain, a great opportunity, Turkey is ready to fill this gap”. With the corona virus epidemic,…
Read more

American business world optimistic about $100B trade target with Turkey

Originally posted in Daily Sabah on February 25th, 2020 The presidents of the U.S and Turkey have agreed to keep the bilateral trade volume target separate from other problems ,and the U.S. business world has expressed optimism about economic relations with Turkey. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Wednesday said he and U.S. President Donald Trump…
Read more

Turkish furniture sector targets $4.5B export in 2020

Originally published in Anadolu Agency on Jabuary 31, 2020 Turkey carries out projects, such as building furniture mall abroad, to increase exports, says head of business association Turkey’s furniture sector, which sells goods to nearly 200 countries and regions, has set a target of $4.5 billion in exports, the head of a top trade group…
Read more

Amazon Growth to Take Bellevue to New Heights

Originally posted in cpexecutive.com on Feb 10, 2020 The e-commerce leader is planning to add 15,000 new jobs in the suburban Seattle city over the next few years, a move that will further transform the local office terrain. The office market in Bellevue, Wash., is primed for major change with Amazon’s recent announcement of its…
Read more

US economy grew modestly last quarter against a hazy outlook

Originally published in MyNortWest on Jan 30, 2020 The U.S. economy expanded at a moderate 2.1% annual rate in the final three months of 2019, capping a year when a weak global landscape and a sharp pullback in business investment resulting from President Donald Trump’s trade fights combined to slow growth. The fourth-quarter rise in…
Read more