Northern Iraq has become, economically, a natural extension of Turkey.
Openly speaking, the only formula that will save Greece’s future is more trade with Turkey and more investment with Turkey.
Population is a strong driver of the economy as well as the quality of the labor force.
‘The Economist’ is a biased organization.
Turkey does not have an official exchange rate target.
Turkey is widely envied while there are very serious troubles in the world economy.
Turkey shares Europe’s fundamental values of democracy and the rule of law.
Turkey has a young and growing population. Until recently, this was perceived as a problem, a burden that Turkey would bring to the E.U. But it is, in fact, an asset that can help the population deficit of the E.U. and the economic growth of Turkey.
It is unfair to ask Turkey to make a unilateral concession to take goods from Cyprus within the customs union when the E.U. is not open to northern Cyprus.
A country which has a population 99% as their faith in Islam can also be a country which are subscribing to the universal values of the E.U.
Greece is not an easy country to do business in.
Leave history to historians.
Those looking from Europe see Turkey as an economic success, whereas others from the Middle East see Turkey as a democratic success.
Turkey will not let Turkish territory or airspace be used in any activity that could harm the security or safety of Syria.
Turkey’s economy is powerful enough to tackle tough times.