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Turkey
By Levent Lezgin Kilinc
Energy has become a critical factor in the growing economy of Turkey as it aims to reconfigure and broaden its energy mix.
By Seray Özsoy
Historically, Turkey's geographical position has been considered an ideal trading hub by also facilitating access to Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Russia.
By Levent Lezgin Kilinc, Seray Özsoy
Under Turkish Law, companies are divided into two groups: namely, Stock Company; and Private Company.
By Levent Lezgin Kilinc
Turkey needs to do more to reduce its emissions. But is this coal-producing nation doing enough to develop the renewables that will increase national energy security and cut the country's dependence on imported oil and gas?
19 Şubat 2019 Tarihli ve 30691 Sayılı Resmî Gazete'de yayımlanmış olan 14.02.2019 tarih ve 8433 sayılı Enerji Piyasası Düzenleme Kurumu nun almış olduğu kurul kararı uyarınca...
By Gülenay Çapkınoğlu, Aslıhan Kızılkanat, Reyhan Köksalan
Sürekli olarak bir değişim ve gelişim içerisinde olan hizmet sektöründe, öncü firmaların mal ve hizmetlerini uluslararası alanda sunmak ve pazarlamak ihtiyacı her geçen artış göstermektedir.
By Gülenay Çapkınoğlu, Aslıhan Kızılkanat, Reyhan Köksalan
Since the service industry is constantly changing and developing, the need to offer and market the goods and services of the leading companies in the international area is increasing.
By Gülenay Çapkınoğlu
A trademark is a sign or design capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one enterprise from those of other enterprises. It can comprise words, or images, or a combination of both.
By Nigar Guliyeva
With international investment growing, Nigar Guliyeva offers a summary of the country's changing IP laws.
By Eren Can Ersoy
Data processors resident outside Turkey whose activities affect Turkey may also need to register by 30 September 2019. Even failing to delete expired data can be punished by one to two years' imprisonment.
By Duygu Doğan
The guarantee for these costs is limited to 3/4 of total costs.
By Duygu Doğan
Cybersecurity has become of the most immediate and pressing problems affecting businesses everywhere.
By Seray Özsoy
The Turkish PE sector is well-regulated to accommodate future foreign investment.
By Seray Özsoy
It also gives them the right to use trademarks and logos held by the franchisor.
By Levent Lezgin Kilinc
The energy sector is one of the most promising and developing sectors in the Turkish economy. Turkey has become one of the fastest-growing energy markets in the world, in parallel with its economic growth recorded over the last 10 years.