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Wednesday, August 04, 2021

Turkey’s MLI Strategy—and its Impact on Turkish Investments in Netherlands

Turkey’s MLI Strategy—and its Impact on Turkish Investments in Netherlands Aug. 4, 2021, 9:01 AM Abdulkadir Kahraman and Mahmut Aydemir of EY discuss the draft law on ratification of the Multilateral Instrument which has been submitted to the Grand National Assembly of Turkish Parliament Plan and Budget Committee, and the impact the Turkish approach will have on the Turkey–Netherlands tax treaty. More:Turkey’s MLI Strategy—and its Impact on Turkish Investments in Netherlands

Turks Wage War on Social Media as Raging Fires Turn Political - The New York Times

Turks Wage War on Social Media as Raging Fires Turn Political President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has come under a concerted attack by his opponents over his handling of the worst forest fires in decades. More:Turks Wage War on Social Media as Raging Fires Turn Political - The New York Times

Tuesday, August 03, 2021

Why turkey needs a disaster management strategy  | Devdiscourse

Why turkey needs a disaster management strategy  Since the beginning of the 21st century, Turkey has faced greater disruption and destruction from natural disasters than it has in the past decades. More:Why turkey needs a disaster management strategy  | Devdiscourse

Turkish inflation likely to have reached the cyclical peak | Snap | ING Think

Turkish inflation likely to have reached the cyclical peak Annual inflation in Turkey maintained the upwards trend in July but is likely to have reached its cyclical peak. Therefore, we expect the central bank to remain on hold in August and the coming few months More:Turkish inflation likely to have reached the cyclical peak | Snap | ING Think

Citizens send 'global call to #helpturkey' on social media as more than 100 wildfires rage on

Citizens send 'global call to #helpturkey' on social media as more than 100 wildfires rage on By FPJ Web Desk Forest fires continued to rage across Turkey's south and southwestern coastal resort towns, forcing evacuations of several villages and tourism facilities. More:Citizens send 'global call to #helpturkey' on social media as more than 100 wildfires rage on

bne IntelliNews - ISTANBUL BLOG: Reduced to tossing bags of tea, Erdogan’s having a bad wildfire crisis

ISTANBUL BLOG: Reduced to tossing bags of tea, Erdogan’s having a bad wildfire crisis Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan is having a rather bad crisis. It took on a tragi-comic air over the weekend when the president came under fire for tossing bags of tea from a bus to locals while, under heavy police escort, touring one of the regions most badly affected by the infernos raging across Turkey. More:bne IntelliNews - ISTANBUL BLOG: Reduced to tossing bags of tea, Erdogan’s having a bad wildfire crisis

Turkish Inflation Jump Wipes Out Most of Real Interest Rate - Bloomberg

Turkish Inflation Jump Wipes Out Most of Real Interest Rate By Burhan Yuksekkas and Kerim Karakaya August 3, 2021, 9:05 AM GMT+2 Updated on August 3, 2021, 9:59 AM GMT+2 Turkey’s inflation climbed more than expected in July to nearly the level of the central bank’s benchmark interest rate, further diminishing the chances of an early cut in borrowing costs sought by the president. Higher energy prices and the impact of a reopening economy on everything from food to apparels drove the pace of price gains to an annual 18.95%, bringing the real interest rate adjusted for inflation to five basis points. More:Turkish Inflation Jump Wipes Out Most of Real Interest Rate - Bloomberg

'Like a bomb': Turkish farmers watch animals perish in flames - France 24

'Like a bomb': Turkish farmers watch animals perish in flames Farmer Mevlut Tarim says the furious fire that burned his cow alive, killed eight people and scorched vast swathes of Turkey was like an explosion. More:'Like a bomb': Turkish farmers watch animals perish in flames - France 24

As Turkey’s wildfires rage, conspiracy theories won't help President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

As Turkey’s wildfires rage, conspiracy theories won't help President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Henri J Barkey| Cohen Professor of International Relations at Lehigh UniversityUpdated Aug 03, 2021 | 14:40 IST Underlying Turkey President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s rule is a system of sycophancy. He is surrounded by yes-men who tend to sing his praises no matter what the circumstances. More:As Turkey’s wildfires rage, conspiracy theories won't help President Recep Tayyip Erdogan