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Turkish Business People Briefed on the Investment Climate in CIS Countries Turkish business people were briefed on the investment climate in Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan during a panel meeting held in the context of a training program on "How to Improve the Investment Climate in CIS Countries"
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10/06/2011 ANKARA - With a panel meeting organized at TEPAV, the investment climate in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) countries, Kazakhstan, Kirgizstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, was introduced by country experts to Turkish business people inte [More]
Commentary/Esen Çağlar: Turkey needs a new policy on Palestine TEPAV Economic Policy Analyst Esen Çağlar stated that Turkey's new policy on Palestine must focus on tthe acceleration of economic development, the state-building process, and the political reinforcement of the peace process.
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16/02/2011   The commentary said: "Pursuing political issues not backed by the priorities of accelerating economic development and facilitating the state-building process in Palestine harms Turkey's soft power and its effectiveness in the Middle East. Turke [More]
TEPAV Director Sak: "With Istanbul Forum We Focused on Small but Important Steps on the Ground" Delivering a speech at the 4th Regional Economic Cooperation Conference on Afghanistan, Sak stated that in Istanbul Forum carried out in cooperation with Afghanistan and Pakistan, Turkey focused on small but important steps on ground.
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03/11/2010 ISTANBUL - TEPAV Director Prof. Dr. Güven Sak stated that in the operations pertaining to the Istanbul Forum, a tripartite dialogue mechanism between Afghanistan, Pakistan and Turkey, they focused on small but important steps on the ground. Sak [More]
TEPAV: “Large Firms are Still Cautious” TEPAV stated that though large firms started to recover from the 2008 crisis, they remained cautious in terms of investment behaviors.
27/09/2010 ANKARA - TEPAV stated that though large firms affected adversely by the 20008 crisis started to recover, they remained cautious particularly in terms of investments. Policy note "From the 2008 Crisis to Today: Large Firms are Still Cautious" by TE [More]