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ISTANBUL - Developing Istanbul’s public transportation system is one of the hot topics on Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality’s agenda. The rapidly growing population and number of cars in traffic makes the need to revitalize mass transit projects for new rail and sea lines urgent.
BANGKOK - The global crisis hits Islamic bonds harder than other debt, as the decline in oil prices brings caution to investors in the Gulf. Islamic bond sales hit $30.8 billion in 2007, but they plunged last year to $13.6 billion. Sales may fall to as low as $13 billion, according to a sector representative.
ANKARA - The government injected 10.7 billion Turkish Liras into the market, part of which was direct income support, part was infrastructure and investment support, said State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Nazım Ekren.
Kış sporlarına meraklıysanız sizleri yeni eğlenceniz ile tanıştıralım: Switchboard. Hollandalı Venomsnow firması tarafından geliştirilen bu yeni çılgınlık bu kış zevkli bir akım yaratacak gibi görünüyor.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Jan. 12, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
TFF 2. Lig Yükselme ve Klasman Grupları'nın fikstür çekimi bugün İstanbul'da yapıldı.
BURSA- For winter sports, Bursa’s Uludağ is perhaps the most well-known and developed ski resort in Turkey. With consistant snow from December on, many head up to the mountain on weekends.
NEWYORK / LONDON - Turkish Treasury sold $1 billion of dollar bonds maturing in 2017, joining a flurry of debt sales by developing nations this week. Turkey sold the notes to yield 5.01 percentage points above Treasuries. Citigroup Inc. and HSBC Holdings Plc implemented the sale.
MADRID - Atletico Madrid could be forgiven for fearing the visit of the Primera Liga's runaway leader Barcelona for its King's Cup last 16 first leg tonight.
VANCOURVE - There is more than a year before the next Winter Olympic Games, but questions about host city Vancouver are already hanging in the air.
LOS ANGELES - Brett Burns scored the game-winning goal in overtime to lift the Minnesota Wild to an upset 3-2 victory over the visiting San Jose Sharks on Wednesday.
HOUSTON - Coming close to blowing a 16-point lead, but big performances by Ron Artest and Yao Ming help the Houston Rockets beat the shorthanded Utah Jazz in double overtime. Meanwhile, Joe Johnson scores 41 points to lead the Atlanta Hawks to victory over the Chicago Bulls.
BERLIN - Two years ago it was dwelling on the third tier of German football, but now Hoffenheim tops Bundesliga, over the likes of giants Bayern Munich, Werder Bremen, Hamburger or Stuttgart. After entrepreneur Dietmar Hopp's takeover, the club has ascended amazingly, writing the football fairytale of the year along the way.
Japan, Germany and Canada pledged new measures on Saturday to confront a financial crisis that has toppled banks, endangered the global auto industry and now played a part in the demise of Belgium's government.
The United States is aiming to send 20,000 to 30,000 extra troops to Afghanistan by the beginning of next summer, the chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Saturday.
Toyota, Aralık ayına sunduğu özel ’3’lü fırsat’ imkanı ile girdi. Yıl sonuna kadar Toyota markalı araç almak isteyenler, 5 bin YTL’ye varan indirimlere, yüzde 0 faizli kredi imkanı veya ilave 2 yıllık Toyotasa Garanti Extra fırsatına sahip olacak.
Stocks in Europe and Asia rallied and U.S. index futures climbed with investors taking heart from a rescue plan for U.S. automakers, falling oil prices and more government stimulus measures to limit the economic damage from the credit crisis.
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Thursday he plans to spend his way out of recession with a 26 billion euro ($33 billion) stimulus plan designed to boost growth by 0.6 percentage points in 2009.
ISTANBUL - All products found at the exhibition are mainly aids for daily life, such as wheelchairs, grip adapters, armrests, touch sticks and trolleys, all of which are on sale at a discounted price. Meanwhile disabled workers make up 85 percent of the workforce in Bizimköy in Kocaeli province
DUBLIN - European confidence in the economic outlook fell to a 15-year low this month even after radical interest-rate cuts and government stimulus measures aimed at battling the impact of the financial crisis.
ISTANBUL - Tonight's international friendly game against Austria may not be a crucial test, the Turkish national football team will want to win it anyway, even if for emotional reasons, as it is back to the Ernst Happel Stadium, where it displayed such heroic performances in this summer's EURO 2008
AMSTERDAM - ING Groep, the financial-services firm that got a 10 billion-euro ($12.6 billion) lifeline from the Netherlands last month, said writedowns amounted to 1.51 billion euros in the third quarter and may extend through year end.
BEIJING - China's cabinet has approved a massive stimulus package worth 4 trillion yuan ($586 billion) through 2010 to boost domestic demand, the official Xinhua news agency said yesterday.
LOS ANGELES - Tony Parker exploded for an NBA season-high 55 points to fire the San Antonio Spurs to a 129-125 double overtime victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, their first win of the campaign.
South Korea plans a 14 trillion won ($10.8 billion) boost to the economy in 2009 as the nation tackles the biggest crisis since it needed an International Monetary Fund bailout a decade ago.
Dişlerinizin daha temiz ve sağlıklı olmasını ister misiniz? Cevabınız evet ise bu önerileri okuyun...
Switzerland's two largest banks will receive emergency funding from the country's government and other investors to shore them up against the financial crisis, the banks said on Thursday.
The Turkish lira rose over 2 percent against the dollar on Monday and stocks increased 1.64 percent after opening high as governments around the world agreed to bank bailouts worth hundreds of billions of dollars, restoring some confidence. (UPDATED)
The European Central Bank (ECB) renewed on Thursday one-day loans of $50 billion (35 billion euros), in what has become a regular effort to keep cash flowing on distressed interbank money markets.
Central banks and regulators scrambled on Tuesday to relieve the strain on financial markets frazzled by another hefty blow to confidence, this time from the rejection by U.S. lawmakers of a $700 billion rescue plan.
European stocks fell by midday on Friday, with financials weighing heavily after U.S. failure to agree a $700 billion financial sector bailout plan and the collapse of U.S. bank Washington Mutual.
The suspension of trading in Russian markets had incited fears that the credit crisis could well turn into a banking and eventually a liquidity crisis, a years-long nightmare scenario for emerging markets, while it intensified sell-offs in Turkish markets as investors seek to cash in their assets.
Central banks around the world are pumping billions of dollars into money markets in a coordinated bid to ease the worst crisis facing financial markets since the 1920s.(UPDATED)
Yıl sonuna kadar 1 milyon aktif kullanıcıya ulaşmayı hedefleyen D-Smart, "gerçek anlamda yüksek çözünürlükte (HD) yayın seyret" çağrısıyla harekete geçti.
Doğan TV Holding İcra Kurulu Başkanı Mehmet Ali Yalçındağ, D-Smart’a yönelik iftira ve karalama haberleri yapıldığına dikkat çekerek, bunun Digitürk’ün artan rekabet ortamına ayak uyduramamasından kaynaklandığına dikkat çekti.
Merrill Lynch said on Monday it will take a $5.7 billion third-quarter write down as it unloads huge amounts of risky debt, and will raise $8.5 billion by selling new stock.
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama met Iraq's prime minister on Monday to get a first-hand assessment of security in the country, where violence is at its lowest level since early 2004. (UPDATED)
Milli Takım, Avrupa Şampiyonası'nda gösterdiği başarıdan dolayı elde ettiği geliri UEFA'ya ceza olarak ödemeye başladı.
F.Bahçe, G.Saray ve Beşiktaş’ın mali kriterleri yeterli olmamasına rağmen lisans verilerek 2007-08’de kupalara katılmalarına onay verildiği belirlendi.
Croatian football fans who are finding it hard to come to terms with their sides traumatic defeat in the Euro 2008 quarter-final by Turkey have help at hand - a newspaper has enrolled the services of a psychiatrist, the AFP reported on Monday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on June 21, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)
Turkey are living a charmed life at the Euro 2008 tournament in Austria and Switzerland, as they qualified for the semi-finals of the competition for the first time following their penalty shoot-out victory over Croatia in Vienna on Friday. Turkey's victory came about after their third improbable comeback in a row. Turkey's outstanding striker Nihat Kahveci will miss Germany game due to injury, the Dogan News Agency reported on Saturday. (UPDATED)
Turkey's great escape on Sunday to overturn a two-goal deficit and reach the quarter-finals of Euro 2008 at the expense of the Czech Republic marked one of the most dramatic denouements the competition has known.