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  • Turkey - 4806 Words
    TURKEY: Target Country Cultural Analysis I. Introduction The Republic of Turkey has a relatively short history as it achieved independence in 1923 from the fallen Ottoman Empire. As a country of 780,580 square kilometers, roughly the size of Texas, Turkey is home to about 76.8 million people. Located in the Middle East, Turkey is a predominantly Islamic nation, yet has remained politically secular throughout its brief existence. II. History Turkey became a sovereign state in 1923 upon...
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  • Turkey - 1476 Words
     Turkey is located in western Asia and eastern Europe, and is close to Africa. The Bosporus or Bosphorus is one of the Turkish Straits, which divides Europe from Asia. West of the Bosphorus is Europe, while east of the Bosphorus is Asia. Turkey’s location is considered to be highly strategic politically, as they have control of the straits between the Mediterranean, Aegean, and Black Seas. Turkey borders Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Georgia, Greece, Iran, Iraq, and Syria. The modern...
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  • Turkey - 997 Words
    Turkey International Finance FIN 537 Turkey is a vibrant amalgamation of two unique cultures, reflecting a diverse collection of ideas, beliefs and values. The official name for Turkey is Republic of Turkey. Crossing both European boundaries, Turkish society is patriotic and proud of its ancestry and achievements. The rapid modernization of the country, combined with its traditional values, makes Turkey a fascinating market for foreign business...
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  • Turkey and Erdogan - 1770 Words
    October 28, 2009 Student # 301017453 Turkey’s Political reforms in Light of Domestic and International Pressures In this essay I will explore the different aspects leading to the successful implementation of political reforms in Turkey during the last decade, and Political Islam’s rise as the agent of change for such reforms. This political process will also be discussed in the context of its affect on Turkey’s outstanding issues in both the domestic (Constitutional...
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  • Turkey and the Eu - 2081 Words
    FINAL PAPER Pro and cons for Turkey becoming a member of the EUROPEAN UNION With Europe facing a severe economic and political crisis, the continuing political integration of the European Union is more than ever the subject of several political science debates. From the neo-realism point of view the largest current challenge is the European integration. Its basic assumption of the balance of power, according to international co-operation always differentiates between national security...
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  • Turkey and Modernity - 1695 Words
    Jake Shawver Cultural Anthropology Elmhurst College Fall 2012 Turkey and Modernity Turkey has always historically been a region of economic and/or military importance. Whether it was under Roman occupation, or as the independent Ottomans, this region has always been one of vast importance, and this trend has continued into the modern era. Starting with the earliest traces of civilization and extending well beyond the democratic reforms of their beloved commander Ataturk (which literally...
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  • Protests in Turkey - 1423 Words
     Berker Parlaker 21202604 ENG 102-74 Essay1-Final Draft PROTESTS IN TURKEY The Gezi Park movement has a huge importance for all Turkish citizens because after many years in silence people took action to protect their rights and they aimed to foster Turkish democracy. Just forgetting the demonstrations would be a great mistake result in missing the chance to create more democratic country. In this paper the situation in Turkey and Burak Kadercan’s view about it will be discussed. First...
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  • Education in Turkey - 1804 Words
    EDUCATION IN TURKEY Education is the act or process of providing knowledge skills or competence by a formal course of instruction or training. Through out history societies have sought to educate their people to produce goods and services, to respond effectively and creatively to their world, and to satisfy their curiosity and aesthetic impulses. To achieve reliable knowledge and to think systematically. Over the course of human history education has appeared in many forms, both formalised...
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  • PESTE on Turkey - 5461 Words
    International Business Country Risk and Attractiveness Analysis on Turkey 1 1.Brief Background of Turkey Turkey, officially the Republic of Turkey is a contiguous coast­to­coast country, located mostly on Anatolia Western Asia, and on East Thrace in Southeastern Europe. Turkey's location at the crossroads of Europe and...
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  • Turkey Energy - 279 Words
    Turkey's energy dependence and energy security Introduction Today, energy has important place in human life and international relations. With the industrial revolution, human beings have become more dependent on energy. The importance of oil has increased with the opening of commercial oil wells. Because, oil was advantageous than from coal. Economic developments has increased people's dependence on oil each passing day more and more. Use oil for vehicles, military equipment, defense...
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  • Turkey as an Energy Conduit and Renewables in Turkey
    2300 South Washington St. Kokomo, IN 46904 Kokomo, IN 46904-9003 C566, Issues in International Business Management: Turkey D496, Foreign Study in Business: Turkey Summer I, May 14 – June 22, 2013 GENERAL INFORMATION Instructor: Yusuf A. Nur, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Office: KO 174P (Main Building) Office Hours: By appointment Office Telephone Number: 765-455-9254 E-Mail Address: ynur@iuk.edu Fax Number: 765-455-9348 Required Texts: 1. Charles Hill,...
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  • journalism in Turkey - 8318 Words
    Media and Politics (8160512) / 7 A Brief History of Turkish Media The first printing house came to İstanbul, then the capital of the Ottoman Empire but also populated by Greeks, with the Sephardim Jews who were forced to leave Spain and migrate to Ottoman territory. The Nahmes brothers, David and Samu­el, Spanish Jews who had fled from Spain, published in 1499 the Prophet Moses Five Holy Books in İstanbul. Other Jewish publishing houses followed in the 1500s in the cities of Selanik...
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  • economy of turkey - 1298 Words
    Economy of Turkey About Turkey – Turkey is a vibrant amalgamation of two unique cultures, reflecting a diverse collection of ideas, beliefs and values. Crossing both European and Middle Eastern boundaries, Turkish society is patriotic and proud of its ancestry and achievements. The rapid modernisation of the country, combined with its traditional values, makes Turkey a fascinating market for foreign businesses but requires an understanding of its cultural design in order to secure your...
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  • Globalization - Turkey - 1728 Words
    Globalization: the Turkey case II)Introduction The term "globalization" has a strong emotional charge. Some see globalization as a beneficial process - which will contribute decisively to global economic development - inevitable and irreversible. Others are hostile to this process, if not fear, believing that it increases inequality within and between nations, threatens employment and living standards and thwarts social progress. The objective of this study, which is an overview of certain...
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  • Turkeys Goverment - 405 Words
    Government TURKEY'S POLITICAL SYSTEM faced four distinct but intertwined challenges in early 1995: accommodating the disaffected Kurdish ethnic minority; reconciling the growing differences, expressed with increasing stridency, between the secular elite and groups using traditional Islamic symbols to manifest their opposition to the political status quo; establishing firm civilian control over the military, which had a long history of intervening in the...
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  • Home Appliances Industry in Turkey
    Subject: Home Appliances Industry in Turkey Turkey has risen to become one of Europe’s leading home appliances manufacturers. The white goods sector provides jobs for over two million and has a production capacity of more than 25 million units per year, which is the second largest capacity in Europe after Italy. (ISPAT, 2010) The home appliances sector in Turkey earned revenue of $8 Billion in 2008, and approximately 16 million units were produced of which approximately 12 million were...
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  • Turkey EU Expansion - 2185 Words
    Turkey and European Union Expansion: Economic Potential vs. Religious Differences The issue of whether or not to admit Turkey to the European Union has been a pressing issue for quite some time, even before the European Union existed in its current form. Ever since applying for admittance into the EEC in 1959, Turkey has been fighting to accede into Europe. The country has been an associated member of the European Community since 1964, following the signing of the Ankara Agreement in...
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  • Social Organizations in Turkey - 830 Words
    This paper examines that social organizations in Turkey. The efforts of civil initiatives emerged. against to increasing and diversifying problems of World such as war, conflict, natural disasters, famine, drought, environmental problems, infectious diseases, educational issues,When the goverment institutions cannot provide basic sevices , civil society organizations engaged in. In modern Turkey women rights start with revolutions of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. Mustafa Kemal Ataturk outlawed...
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  • Turkey as an Islamic Modern Country
    What is Kemalism? Together with if Kemalism is an ideology or not, this question is frequently asked one and actually has not definitely been answered. As widely accepted, however, Kemalism "never became a coherent, all embracing ideology, but can be described as a set of opinions which were never defined in any detail"13. The 'set of opinions' that are considered to form Kemalism has been fixed in six principles or arrows, each signifying a target and characteristic of the reforms and was...
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  • Turkey: the eternal candidate to the EU
    Turkey: The eternal candidate to the European Union Geographical aspects concerning TURKEY: Turkey is situated in Anatolia and the Balkans, bordering the Black Sea, between Bulgaria and Georgia, and bordering the Aegean Sea and the Mediterranean Sea, between Greece and Syria. Other neighbours include Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria and Armenia The area of Turkey is 783,562 km (land-98%) and 9,820 km (water-2%). The country of Turkey straddles two continents: Asia and Europe. The...
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  • Turkey Israel Relations - 2750 Words
    Turkey-Israel Relations By Hera Qasim Turkey-Israel relations have altered over the years from being covert in the early years to being overt in epoch of 1990’s. However contemporarily the relations are perceived to be in a detrimental phase and they have hit a rock bottom. Both the Countries are located in the Middle East and major neighbouring countries of Turkey are Syria, Iraq and Iran whereas Israel is also borders with Syria. This paper will mainly focus on the reasons that bought...
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  • The Process of Democratic Consodilation in Turkey
    ECEM HAPÇIOGLU 1605161 Democratic Consolidation in Turkey In general, as far as democracy and democratic consolidation in one country and state come to mean that democracy is the form of political government manner in which all of the eligible citizens claim their rights in an equal manner in order to decide their own lives and government bodies. According to Russell Hanson, “the people sought and gained power and influence in the name of democracy” (68). In this regard, democracy requires...
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  • Hershey's Entry Into Turkey
    Turkey is a country poised between Asia and Europe. This country of 71 million people is crucial to economic developments as it lies between producers and consumers, supply and demand. While seen as a bridge between the East and West, this majority Muslim country is also torn between both worlds. Its secular government has a long history of struggles between those who feel their country’s identity lies in the Middle East, those who desire full accession to the European Union (EU), and all those...
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    TURKEY AND SYRIAN RELATIONS I. Introduction Since the beginning of Turkey and Syria, both countries have had ups and downs. Throughout history, every state has had their foreign policy. However, this policy sometimes had some turning points because of new developments such as war, peace, agreements, etc. Turkey has also had this kind of turning the point with Syrian relations. Adana Agreement was the first turning point in the relations. Since Syria stopped supporting the PKK within the...
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  • Should Turkey Join the Eu
    David Glenn Dr. Brantz History 3134 November 13, 2007 Should Turkey Be Admitted into the European Union? Since the creation of the European Union, there have been many debates on which country is a proper candidate for entry into the Union. Beginning in the early 1980s, the European Union has undergone a number of changes to the construct of the Union. The number of applicants to join into the union has increased dramatically. The status of Turkey’s admission to the European Union has...
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  • Importance Turkey Middle East
    What is the importance of Turkey in the Middle East for its relations with the rest of the world? Turkey is a country with power in the region, and has the capabilities and influence to be a negotiator between the Middle-East and the Rest of the world. Especially in times of increasing conflicts and irritation. Also it is important for the passage of oil and gas. Turkey is in a difficult position right now, they are in between two worlds. Most of its inhabitants are dedicated Muslims...
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  • The Political History of Turkey - 662 Words
    Ethan Sternke Erica Sahm English 10 March 5, 2013 The Political History of Turkey “Turkey Facts.” National Geographic. National Geographic Society, 19 March 2013. Web. 20 March 2013. http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/countries/turkey-facts/ Although there were very many authors of this article, it is one of the most reliable articles on the internet for the basic facts of Turkey. Turkey is a considerably large country located on the far western side of Asia. It touches both...
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  • The Economic Impact of Globalization on Turkey
    Introduction Globalization has affected the world in many different ways, including cultural exchange, language development, and information diffusion, along with worldwide economic and financial growth. Here we wish to analyse the costs and benefits of globalisation to the Republic of Turkey. More specifically, we will look at the economic and business impacts globalisation has made on Turkey and its current position with regard to the world economy. Current Economic Situation Today’s...
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  • Pestle Analysis Turkey - 7601 Words
    PESTLE Analysis PESTLE ANALYSIS Summary The Turkish government is made up of democratically elected representatives of the people divided into several ruling bodies. In September 2010, a referendum on constitutional reform backed amendments to increase the control of parliament over the army and the judiciary. Turkey is a strong proponent of liberal trade and investment policies. The European Union (EU) accession negotiations have required the country to increase the role of the private...
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  • The Largest Ethnic Minority in Turkey
    The Largest Ethnic Minority in Turkey The height of the Ottoman Empire spanned between three continents controlling much of Southeastern Europe, Western Asia and North Africa. The fall of the Ottoman Empire can be attributed to the failure of its economic structure, with the size of the empire creating difficulties integrating its diverse regions economically. The Treaty of Sèvres was the peace treaty between the Ottoman Empire and Allies at the end of World War I which divided the empire in...
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  • Benefits of Franchising System in Turkey
    Benefits Of Franchising System In Turkey BENEFITS OF FRANCHISING SYSTEM IN TURKEY Franchising system has lots of adventages for economic growth of Turkey such as it creates job opportunity , competition improves the domestic campanies and global campanies brings many adventages. 3.1.Introduction .3.1.1Job Opportunity A.Working people rate increased in Turkey 1.Number of Franchisors in Turkey...
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  • Food Industry In Turkey - 813 Words
    I. Food industry in Turkey Food and drink industry has an important place in Turkey’s economy. According to Turkish Statistics Agency’s data, about 20% of gross domestic product is generated by food and drink industry and 25% of employment level of the country. Turkish consumers use 25% of their incomes for the purchase of food. 40% of Turkish lands are arable which makes the country self-sufficient in most foods. It is the largest producer and exporter of agriculture products in the Near East...
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  • About the Republic of Turkey - 509 Words
    About the Republic of Turkey • Capital city: Ankara. • Largest city: Istanbul. • Official Language: Turkish. • Currency: Turkish Lira (TRY). • Famous landmarks: Hagia Sophia / Blue Mosque / Library of Celsus / Göreme Fairy Chimneys. • Religion: Turkey is a secular country and does not have an official state religion. Islam is the dominant religion among the population of Turkey. History Turkey has been inhabited since the Stone Age period by many ancient civilizations; one of these...
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  • Compare and Contrast of Us and Turkey
    The Western style of education has gained popularity over the last decade. Many Turkish students come to countries like the US, Canada and Australia to study at an university and improve their employment prospects. As I am one of them, I gained 13 years experience in Turkey and also currently living in America, I had a chance to see the similarities and differences between United States and Turkey. In this essay, I will briefly compare and contrast study, homesickness and culture in US and...
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  • Water Policy in Turkey - 2038 Words
     “How can Turkey justify its water policy while there are water shortages across the Middle East? Should the water sources of Turkey be shared with other countries of the Middle East?” Water Wealth: Empowering Turkey Politically and Economically in the Middle East Introduction Turkey’s water policy of damming the Euphrates and Tigris is in fact justified because there are water shortages in the Middle East and the world as a whole. This is largely due to massive population growth...
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  • turkeys admission to EU - 787 Words
    Introduction The main question to consider is whether Turkey's admission to the EU would be economically advantageous for the Union. I will start by giving you some information about the background of this debate, which is going on for quite some time now. Turkey's application to accede to the European Union was already made in 1987. But by doing this, Turkey was not yet an official candidate. It was officially recognized as a candidate for full membership in 1999. The real negotiations...
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  • Comparison Between Egypt and Turkey
    Egypt and Turkey Both Egypt and Turkey are known as having a long history with ancient cultural practise and architectural achievements such as pyramid which works of ancient Egyptian. However, there are similarities and differences in many sites such as climate, geographical and food. First of all, both Egypt and Turkey have a hot temperate and dry summer. While Egypt has moderate winters, Turkey has wet winters and the harsher in interior. For example, Ankara, which is capital of Turkey, has...
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  • Democrat Party, Turkey - 2527 Words
    DEMOCRAT PARTY AND POPULIZM Turkey is a nation state which has been characterized as successor state of the Ottoman Empire since 1923. In many aspects, there had been many structural differences between two states. However, it is not mean that Turkish Republic ignores its historical, social, political, and cultural belongings. There was even no way to disannul their strong relations, based on the same fundamentals. Their governmental structures were based on same fundamentals that are...
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  • Hofstede - Turkey and Germany - 1042 Words
    The article I chose was written by Roger Chambers, and I found it in what is called the Associated Content by Yahoo. It talks about Turkey and its acceptance into the European Union. The article discusses how Angela Merkel’s visit to Turkey in March, 2010, certainly did nothing to speed up the process of Turkey being accepted in the European Union. The Prime Minister wanted to nurture the idea of giving Turkey what she called a “privileged partnership” with the European Union. Even though this...
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  • Country fact file - Turkey
    Turkey Country Fact File 1 Table of contents 1. Introduction............................................................... 3 ............................................................... 2. History to present ...................................................... 4 ...................... 3. The unique geography ............................................... 6 geography................................ 4. The Effect of Islam on culture, tradition and people 8 people. 5....
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  • EU-Turkey Relations - 3714 Words
    Turkey-EU Relations Student Name: Student ID : Research Paper Role of Trade Unions on Turkey-EU Relations Introduction: In this paper, I tried to examine the role of trade unions on Turkey-EU relations, especially their role on Turkey’s accession process to the EU. My research question is : ‘’Did trade unions play an active role on Turkey’s accession process to the EU?’’ and my argument is ; Yes, they played an active role on this process. Basically,they influenced Turkish...
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  • Case Study Trendyol Turkey
    Case Study | ROI/Sales Results 15% increase in sales in the Milla by Trendyol store on Trendyol (the store with highest number of sales in 2011). +100,000 more visitors to the site. 11 million people reached and 250,000 clicks generated on Facebook in less than 2 days. The ‘People talking about this’ metric increased by 22,000 during the campaign. Trendyol acquired 25,000 new fans. How Trendyol used Facebook to publish a celebrity video and increase sales by 15%. Goals Trendyol wanted...
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  • Candidate Country for Membership – Turkey
    Turkey's application to accede to the European Union was made on 14 April 1987. Turkey has been an associate member of the European Union (EU) and its predecessors since 1963. After the ten founding members, Turkey was one of the first countries to become a member of theCouncil of Europe in 1949, and was also a founding member of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in 1961 and the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in 1973. The country has...
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  • EU Enlargement: Turkey and EU
    COMENIUS UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC SCIENCES EUROPEAN UNION ENLARGEMENT: TURKEY and EU From 1963 to 2013 Semih BAŞKAYA DEPARTMENT OF EUROPEAN STUDIES BRATISLAVA 2013 Contents EUROPEAN UNION ENLARGEMENT: TURKEY and EU From 1963 to 2013 Semih BAŞKAYA ABSTRACT The relations with European Union has been always important for Turkey since it has applied for being member but also it has been always...
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  • Republic of Turkey Swot Analysis
    Information About Turkey Background: The Turkish Republic was formed in 1923 after Ottoman Empire. Nationalist resistance forces led by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk defeated the occupying allies after the First World War to establish the country's present borders. Turkey oriented its political and economic structure towards the West, becoming a member of NATO (1952) and the Council of Europe (1949) and signing an association agreement with the then European Community (1963). A customs union with the...
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  • The Kurdish Question in Turkey - 387 Words
    Summary Kurds are the largest stateless people in the world. The Kurdish ethnos was historically devided into four groups-Turkish, Iranian, Iraqi and Syrian. These groups lived within the territories of the respective four states. This situation makes the Kurdish case more complex. The usage Kurdish Question emerged as a concept to denote a problematic related to the Kurdish position on the new Middle East geopolitical arrangement after the First World War. The fall of the Ottoman Empire...
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  • big cities of turkey - 393 Words
    IMPROVEMENT OF COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS First of all, humans always need tı communicate with each other. Hundres years ago, we had just a few communication systems like raven, mail, smoke etc. These systems were too slow. Important news were reaching to people too late. With the invention of telgraph, transportation times became shorter. This was the first step of modern communication. Second half of 20th century with the improvement of tecnology, we invented new communication systems like...
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  • Why Turkey Should Be in the Eu
    On 14 October 2009 the European Commission presented the progress report on Turkey as a candidate member of the EU. The conclusion is clear: Turkey takes the reforms in the country slowly, but need to put a lot more momentum behind. The European Union is a supranational organization of European countries, which currently consists of 27 Member States. Within the Union, there is cooperation in the political, legal and economic terms. Since October 2005 negotiates Turkey, which is for 13 percent in...
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  • Exciting Trip to Turkey - 400 Words
    Nataliya Zasadko Instructor Elis- Barbara Schipper English 030-001 February 11, 2011 Exciting Trip to Turkey I 2007 my husband and I visited Turkey. It was AMAZING! The best trip I’ve been to. I mean the country rules the people are so nice and the weather is wonderful. You cannot help falling in love with Turkey. So I will try to tell you about my trip. Our trip started with visited two museums in Ankara. The museum of Anatolian Civilizations and the Ataturks memorial...
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  • Turkey Study Tour - 1469 Words
    It was an eye opening experience for me to participate in study tour with new friends from USA cohort as we spent four days explored Turkey together. Through this study tour, we were able to meet with and pick the minds of great individuals in Turkey. I am especially grateful for having the opportunity to experience Turkish hospitality, culture, government, education, business, arts, media, history, religion and their people first hand. This is something that I cannot find in “Lonely Planet”...
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  • My Vacation to Turkey - 2221 Words
    Vacation in Turkey When planning to vacation abroad always prepare very well. That is what I thought I did when I was going to my vacation to Turkey in August 2007. I was going over there with Russian girl I met online. We met online in 2002, when I was out of work and not in best of mood because of it. Her name was Olga. I liked that she felt compassionate about my situation. Then when we talked more, I found out that we have a lot in common. We both thought that people supposed to help each...
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  • Turkey: Should Be a Member of European Union?
    Şafak Tahmaz TURKEY: SHOULD BE A MEMBER OF EUROPEAN UNION? Turkey has been trying to be a member of European Union for ages . In recent years, the progress has gained speed, and a great number of revisions has been done. Although some people think that whatever Turkey does, it will never become a full member, I think they are wrong because if Turkey does what it requires, it will be accepted to the Union, and I am one of those who support Turkey's membership...
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  • Nation Branding: Branding Bangladesh to Turkey
    Brand Management Term Paper Nation Branding: Branding Bangladesh to Turkey “Bangladesh: Invitation to Properity.” Prepared for: Prof. Dr. Syed Ferhat Anwar Prepared by: Nusrat Tamanna Prianka: RQ 17 M. Faiyak Zaman Rishad: ZR 19 Asif Iqbal Arnob: ZR 29 Md. Sami Ullah Khan: ZR 32 Mujahidun Nabi: ZR 35 BBA 16th Batch Institute of Business Administration, University of Dhaka 15 June 2011 Table of Contents 1.0 Introduction to Nation Branding...
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  • Post World War I Turkey
    Post World War I Turkish Reforms     Mustafa Kemal served as founder and president of the new Republic of Turkey for 15 years, from 1923 to his death in 1938. He introduced numerous sweeping reforms that altered the political, social, legal, economic, and cultural spheres of the new republic. His goal: to raise Turkey to the level of modern civilization. 6 groups of major reforms: 1. political reforms  November 1922, abolishment of sultanate  October 1923, proclamation of republic  March...
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  • How Ataturk Changed Turkey Forever
    Year 11 historical investigation How did Ataturk change Turkey forever? Section A: Plan of Investigation In 1923 the 500 year old Ottoman Empire collapsed and from its ashes arose the Turkish republic led by Mustafa Kemal pasha who was later know as Ataturk (father of the Turks). With this new revival came many changes. The new nation was changed from Islamic to secular; the Ottoman sultanate was abolished and in its place came The Turkish republic, and many changes in the economic,...
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  • Icj Model Un Turkey Syria
    International Court of Justice Memorial High School - Justice The case of armed activity on the territory of the Republic of Turkey does not simply concern recent events, but more so the extended sovereignty of both nations. The main documents upon which my arguments will be based on are the General Assembly’s Resolution 3314, International Customary Law; pursuant to Article 3, paragraph 1 of the Convention (III) relative to the treatment of prisoners in war, Paragraphs 138-139 of the...
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  • Factors Affecting Time Deposits in Turkey
    THE CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK BROOKLYN COLLEGE ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT MS BUSINESS ECONOMICS ECONOMETRICS PROJECT REGRESSION ANALYSIS: FACTORS AFFECTING TIME DEPOSITS IN TURKEY ILYAS DOGAN 109965454 NEW YORK DECEMBER-2010 Abstract This paper examines the factors that impact the time deposits in Turkey by using the linear regression analysis. There are lots of elements which affect the time deposits. In my regression model, I used some of them such as; exchange...
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  • Should Turkey Become the Eu Member
    Should Turkey become the EU member? Modern Turkey is located in the territory of central part of former East-Roman empire which sufficiently influenced on formation of European civilization. Nowadays, there are many historical monuments reminding about Greek-Roman colonies and Christian traditions in Turkey. Since the beginning of XX century, Turkey was striving for adoption of the European model of development in all spheres of social life. All of this could be considered as essential...
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  • Why Turkey Should Join the Eu
    Why Turkey should join the European Union. The European Union is an economic and politic organization of which the members consist of European countries; each country contributes in its own way to European Union. Turkey is a partly European and partly Asian country with strong connections to Europe. Negotiations for entry to the European Union started back in 2005 and currently they still proceed. Although some people do not want Turkey to become a member of the European Union, the European...
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  • The Economic Relationship Between Turkey and Spain
    INTERNATIONAL ECONOMICS The Economic relationship between Turkey and Spain Ana Borrero Istanbul University Faculty of Political Sciences Fall 2010/2011 INDEX Introduction Introduction to the Turkish Economy The Turkish Economy Introduction to the Spanish Economy The Spanish Economy From Growth to Crisis Coments about the Spanish Economy Introduction to the Relations between Turkey and Spain The Economic Relationship between Turkey and Spain BBVA in Turkey Turkey and...
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  • Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Turkey
     1.0 Introduction Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) play a pivotal role in any developed economy and emerging market. The growing influence of SMEs in the global economy has reached an unprecedented scale and this paper aims to dive into the heart of SMEs in Turkey and examine the inherent working mechanism that is the engine for growth. SMEs in Turkey are an increasingly important feature of the economy, representing 99% of all enterprises in the country. As such, this paper aims...
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  • Turkey Tourism Industry 2014 Q1 Report
    Turkey Tourism Industry 2014 Q1 Report In BMI's Turkey tourism report, we examine a range of key market indicators in this well established and popular market, including inbound and outbound travel, industry value and tourism related expenditure. We expect to see increases across the board; however, any escalation in regional and domestic tensions is likely to impact on growth. Indeed, domestic tensions remain a risk to the tourism industry, with the recent outbreak of widespread protests...
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  • Crony Capitalism and Emergence of a New Hegemony in Turkey
    Abstract During 2000s, crony relations between small and medium size entrepreneurs representing conservative capital owners and government reached its climax in a roll-out neoliberal capitalism. It stemmed from the existence of a new historical bloc under the AK Party governments. Large-size firms that had gained profit in the conjuncture with import-substituting development model, and in turn that became a part of old historical bloc in roll-back neoliberal capitalism lose their old shiny days...
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  • The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Greece & Turkey
    Background—Greece Greece has a history which really distinguishes its nation from the rest. In 1829, Greece achieved independence from the Ottoman Empire. During the second half of the nineteenth century and the first half of the twentieth century, it gradually added neighboring islands and territories, most with Greek-speaking populations. Following Germany’s defeat in World War II in 1949, Greece joined NATO in 1952. In 1981, Greece joined the EC, which is now the EU, and it became the...
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  • Energy Exchange vs OTC Market in Turkey
     ICEM 2014 Uluslararası Enerji ve Yönetimi Konferansı “Enerji Borsası ve Tezgahüstü Enerji Piyasalarının Etkileşimi: Avrupa Örnekleri ve Türkiye Beklentisi” Bildiri Özeti As the light of the development on the commodity market in the other developed countries, Turkey realizes necessity of the exchange markets for commodity derivatives to provide trading profit and risk management. Evenif these markets are accomplished automatically as non-organized markets at the beginning, the...
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  • Business in Turkey: Etiquette and Relationships, Negotiations, and Communication
    Business Culture Overview A brief overview of Etiquette/Relationships, Business Negotiations, and Communication when dealing with business in Turkey. Etiquette and Relationships Business etiquette in Turkey revolves around personal relationships. Appointments are necessary and should be made in advance. Avoid making these appointments during Ramadan and the months of July and August. Be punctual, although be prepared to be kept waiting for appointments or meetings. Small talk is...
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