Turkey: Private sector loans from abroad on rise

The Turkish private sector’s outstanding long-term loans received from abroad rose to $225.7 billion in January 2018, while short-term loans stood at $18.9 billion, according to an official report on Thursday.

Turkey, Sudan to found agriculture, livestock company

Turkey and Sudan will establish a joint agricultural and livestock company, the Turkish government’s Official Gazette announced on Thursday. Under the agreement, around 780,000 hectares in Sudan across five regions were earmarked for investment by Turkish entrepreneurs.

Between pragmatic globalization and trade wars

While hegemonic transitions tend to occur over long periods, it seems that the friction between neo-protectionism in strategic sectors and the push for all out liberalization will determine the fundamental axis of the ongoing rivalry between China and the U.S.

Neo-Protectionism and Trade Wars

Turkey ought to utilize new protectionist strategies in order to adapt and to survive trade and currency wars in an era in which science, industry and technology policies and public activism are on the rise.