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ISTANBUL - Environmental factors have started attracting more attention in Turkey, with steps being taken to ensure environmental health and sustainability. The latest step came Saturday with the opening of the first waste-to-energy facility in Istanbul’s Kemerburgaz
ISTANBUL - Istanbul’s historic peninsula has hundreds of fascinating places to visit above ground and underground. On top of everything, the city is constantly changing, especially as 2010 approaches and Istanbul will be crowned one of the European Capitals of Culture. However, this magnificent city with an extremely rich and enchanting history, home to three civilizations, is also home to many places that have changed very little over time
ISTANBUL - The Industrial Development Bank of Turkey, or TSKB, and the French Development Agency, or AFD, signed a memorandum of understanding yesterday to support "green" projects aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions in Turkey. The TSKB did not give information about the budget to fund green projects under the agreement.
ISTANBUL - The Industrial Development Bank of Turkey (TSKB) and the French Development Agency (AFD) signed Thursday a memorandum of understanding, or MoUto support "green" projects aiming at greenhouse gas emission reduction in Turkey.
LONDON - Europe's biggest bank HSBC announced a 96.6 percent take-up Sunday for its $17.7 billion rights issue announced last month after a plunge in profits. The rights issue was hailed as a success by HSBC group chairman Stephen Green, who added he was "confident" the company remained "well-placed" despite the global crisis.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on April 2, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
LONDON - HSBC Holdings, Europe’s biggest bank, may use part of the 12.5 billion pounds ($17.7 billion) it’s raising in a rights offering to fund acquisitions in Asia and other emerging markets.
LONDON - HSBC, Europe’s biggest bank, may be the one to survive the global financial storm in the best shape possible, but that does not prevent the lender to resort to a record rights issue.
İngiliz HSBC bankası ABD'deki tutsat (mortgage) kredilerinden kaynaklanan büyük kayıplarının üstesinden gelmesine yardımcı olmak için bugün İngiltere'nin en büyük hisse ihracını başlattı.
NEW YORK - Many banks and securities firms are clearing out their offices in Manhattan. The amount of available space may reach 15.6 percent by the end of the year, the most since 1996, says Los Angeles-based CB Richard Ellis, a commercial property broker
The US Congress late Friday approved a 787-billion-dollar package of tax cuts and fresh spending to salvage the broken US economy, handing President Barack Obama his first major political victory.
PARIS - The rise of globalization was accompanied by unregulated markets and a trust in ’the invisible hand,’but the crisis is changing everything. Both the United States and Western European countries are unveiling massive stimulus packages, based on state spending.
ISTANBUL - Turkey says it is prepared to send monitors in the Rafah terminal on the border with Egypt, the Palestinians' only door to the outside world. However, the monitors will be compromised of civilians and not military personel
REYKJAVIK - Iceland's coalition government collapsed yesterday under the pressures of a financial meltdown, becoming the world's first cabinet to fall as a direct result of the global crisis.
Britain launched a second bank rescue plan and Royal Bank of Scotland recorded the biggest loss in UK corporate history Monday while a cut in Spain's credit rating caused fresh market wobbles.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Jan. 16, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
LONDON - The bursting of the house price bubble caught BCPartners unprepared, as the firm had acquired a chain of real estate agents for $593 million beforehand.
BAGHDAD - Iraq's prime minister described the U.S. handover yesterday to Iraqi authority of the heavily fortified Green Zone and Saddam Hussein's presidential palace as the most visible sign that his country has regained its sovereignty.
Here are some pictures from around the world as Christians prepared to celebrate Christmas.
If you are seeking respite from the somber onslaught of the news in the Hürriyet Daily News & Economic Review, we have found it. Weary of protests and violence, fast-growing prison populations, "Deep State" suspects with shallow defenses, shoes tossed in Iraq or word of another $50 billion or so evaporating on Wall Street?
ADANA - Thousands of sea turtles will feel the help of their 'families,' who they will never meet, through the efforts of the World Wildlife Fund and the Ministry of Forestry. Volunteers can participate to the project and adopt an endangered sea turtle by donating just YTL 10.
Thousands of Hamas supporters gathered in Gaza City of Sunday to mark the 21st anniversary of the creation of the Islamist movement which violently seized control of the Gaza Strip last year.
ANTALYA - Businessmen from the southern cities of Turkey come together in Antalya to define the agenda of the forthcoming Commerce and Industry Forum. Discussions about regional problems and global economic crisis will be the main subjects at the fifth edition of the forum.
The European Commission proposed an economic stimulus package on Wednesday to help fight recession caused by the global financial crisis.
ISTANBUL - One of Istanbul’s oldest residential neighborhoods on the Anatolian side of Istanbul neighboring the Ümraniye district, Sarıgazi, will feature a new development. The Sarı Evler project will stretch over 73,000 square meters and comprise 30 blocks of buildings, 720 residential units and other amenities.
Basketbolda FIBA Eurochallenge Kupası'nda mücadele eden Antalya Büyükşehir Belediyesi, 2. ön eleme turu rövanş maçında, evinde Murat Didin'in çalıştırdığı Almanya'nın Deutsche Bank Skyliners takımına 67-65 yenilerek elendi. Frankfurt'ta geçen hafta yapılan ilk maç 60-60 beraberlikle bitmişti.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Oct. 31, 2008. HotNewsTurkey does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)
Turkish stocks plunged over 4 percent and the lira fell against the U.S. dollar to reach a 5-month-low on Friday after the dollar surged to fresh one-year highs against the euro. (UPDATED)
Son iki haftada beş puan kaybeden yeşil-kırmızılı ekip, zirve yarışının iddialı ekiplerinden Kasımpaşa'yı bugün deplasmanda dize getirip taraftarlarına bayram hediyesi vermek istiyor.
Turkey's Sinpas Consortium won Tuesday a tender for a parcel of land in Istanbul's coastal district of Atakoy with a bid of $685 million, Turkish TV channels reported. (UPDATED)
Banking giant HSBC announced Friday it has scrapped a six billion dollar deal to buy a major South Korean bank after the international credit crisis cut asset values worldwide.
SÜPER Lig’de yer alan Kayserispor, Denizlispor ve Bursaspor’un sezon hazırlıklarını, Kocaeli Kartepe Tesislerinde yapacağı bildirildi.
Türk Telekom hisseleri dün ’gong töreni’ ile işlem görmeye başladı. Açılışın hemen ardından hisse fiyatının 4.48 YTL’ye gerilemesi, iskontolu hisse alan yerli yatırımcıların kár satışına geçtiği şeklinde değerlendirildi.
Global bank HSBC said Monday that first-quarter profits climbed, despite writing off an additional $3.2 billion dollars (2.07 billion euros) from its exposure to the U.S. subprime housing market slump, the AFP reported
Iran has given Turkey the green light to become the first foreign country to open bank branches in the country, after Turkish State Minister Kursad Tuzmen met with Iranian Foreign Minister during his visit to Iran, Hurriyet daily reported on Wednesday.
Dışarıdaki ve içerdeki belirsizlik havasına karşın ön talep toplanmaya başlanan Türk Telekom’da, yüzde 15’lik halka arzdan 2 milyar dolarlık gelir bekleniyor.
Baghdad's heavily fortified "Green Zone" came under heavy rocket or mortar attack on Sunday, and police said at least two people had been killed outside the government and diplomatic compound.
BDDK Başkanı Tevfik Bilgin’in bankacıların maaşlarını açıklayabilecekleri yönündeki sözlerine, bankacıların bazıları ’olabilir’ derken, bazıları ’o zaman diğer şirketler de açıklasın’ değerlendirmesi yaptı.
1985’ten beri Marmara Üniversitesi Eczacılık Fakültesi Biyokimya Anabilim Dalı’nda öğretim görevlisi olan Prof. Dehen Altıner işyerinde psikolojik taciz kurbanı. Söylediğine göre, idari anlamda üstü olan Dekan Prof. Dr. Mürşit Pekin’in baskısıyla öğrencileri laboratuvarlardan kovuluyor, araştırmalarına ödenek sağlanmıyor, çay ocağının yanında sunta çevrili odaya sürülüyor, asistanlarına kadro verilmiyor ve hayatları karartılıyor.
The second largest bank in Greece, Alphabank, is preparing to start up business in Turkey, though bank leaders have issued precautionary comments in advance of action. The head of Alphabank, Yannis Costopoulos, has said "We will enter the Turkish market. But do not await big steps.