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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,…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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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…
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Amazon reports $87.4 billion in Q4 2019 revenue

Originally published in venturebeat.com on January 30, 2020 Amazon reports $87.4 billion in Q4 2019 revenue: AWS up 34%, subscriptions up 32%, and ‘other’ up 41% Amazon today reported earnings for its fourth fiscal quarter of 2019, including revenue of $87.4 billion, net income of $3.3 billion, and earnings per share of $6.47 (compared to…
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Turkish, US officials discuss Libya, Syria over phone

Originally posted in AA.com.tr on 17.01.2020 Turkey’s presidential spokesman, US national security advisor speak over phone Turkey’s presidential spokesman discussed developments in Syria and Libya over the phone with the U.S. national security advisor, Turkish presidential sources said early Friday. Ibrahim Kalin and Robert C. O’Brien also exchanged views on an international conference that will…
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Turkish Post From Bernie Sanders

Bernie Sanders, US Senator of Vermont and a candidate for the Democratic Party in the 2016 Presidential elections, posted in his social media account that “Health care is a human right” in Turkish. Citizens thanked him for sharing this message. Who is Bernie Sanders?* Bernard “Bernie” Sanders (September 8, 1941) is an American politician and…
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Jeff Bezos says Amazon is donating $690,000 to Australian bush fire efforts

Originally published on CNBC.com on Jan 13, 2020 Billionaire Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has announced his company will donate $690,000 to bush fire relief efforts in Australia. “Our hearts go out to all Australians as they cope with these devastating bushfires,” Bezos said on Instagram. In an Instagram post on Sunday, Bezos pledged 1 million…
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3 Reasons Why Amazon Stock Has Potential to Climb in 2020

Originally posted in Motley Fool on Jan 5, 2020 Amazon’s shares didn’t do much in 2019, but growth in Prime and control over its own deliveries could make the stock one to watch in 2020. Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) shares are trading only 8% lower than the record high reached in 2018, but the shares stagnated last…
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