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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 02-08-11

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] POLICE CATCH 41 FOREIGNERS TRAVELLING ILLEGALLY IN TURKEY
  • [02] DSP DEPUTY GROUP LEADER TUMEN SAYS MHP MANIPULATES TERRORISM ISSUE
  • [03] TREASURY TO HOLD TWO AUCTIONS NEXT WEEK
  • [04] EXPORTS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS OF BURSA DECREASE BY 7.6
  • [05] TOURISM MINISTER TASAR SAYS TURKEY IS A RISING TOURISM COUNTRY
  • [06] LOS ANGELES TIMES PRAISES TURKISH GRAPHIC DESIGNER
  • [07] WOMEN'S SOCIAL CENTER OPENS IN IGDIR
  • [08] TURKEY TO HOST WORLD MINING CONGRESS IN ANTALYA
  • [09] STATE MINISTER KARAKOYUNLU RETURNS TO TURKEY
  • [10] STATE MINISTER TURKER MEETS WITH ECONOMY BUREAUCRATS
  • [11] TEKIRDAG TEKEL FACTORY EXPORTS 2.5 MILLION LITERS OF WINE AND RAKI
  • [12] BELGIAN FINANCE MINISTER REYNDERS LEAVES TURKEY
  • [13] TURKEY HOLDS 66 PERCENT OF WORLD'S BORON RESERVES
  • [14] ECEVIT SAYS DERVIS'S RESIGNATION WOULD NOT TROUBLE ECONOMY
  • [15] HISARCIKLIOGLU:''WE EXPECT TURKER TO CONTINUE ECONOMIC PROGRAM
  • [16] ECEVIT SAYS TURKER WILL FOCUS ON INCREASING PRODUCTION

  • [01] POLICE CATCH 41 FOREIGNERS TRAVELLING ILLEGALLY IN TURKEY

    IZMIT - Smuggling and organized crime teams caught a total of 41 foreigners who illegally entered Turkey and three Turks who were guiding them in return of money in Izmit on Sunday.

    [02] DSP DEPUTY GROUP LEADER TUMEN SAYS MHP MANIPULATES TERRORISM ISSUE

    ANKARA - Democratic Left Party (DSP) deputy group leader Aydın Tumen said on Sunday that Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader, State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Devlet Bahceli and his party attempts to accuse other political parties and to manipulate the issue of terrorism for the coming elections.

    [03] TREASURY TO HOLD TWO AUCTIONS NEXT WEEK

    ANKARA - The Treasury Undersecretariat will hold two bond auctions next week.

    [04] EXPORTS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE PRODUCTS OF BURSA DECREASE BY 7.6 PERCENT

    BURSA - Fruit and vegetable products exports of northwestern Bursa province decreased by 7.6 percent to 55.4 million U.S. dollars in the period between Jan-July.

    [05] TOURISM MINISTER TASAR SAYS TURKEY IS A RISING TOURISM COUNTRY

    ANKARA - Tourism Minister Mustafa Tasar said on Sunday that his ministry recorded great progress to promote Turkey better and to make it a tourism trademark.

    [06] LOS ANGELES TIMES PRAISES TURKISH GRAPHIC DESIGNER

    NEW YORK - Los Angeles Times' supplement praised Turkish placard and graphic designer Emrah Yucel who lives in Los Angeles city of the U.S.

    [07] WOMEN'S SOCIAL CENTER OPENS IN IGDIR

    IGDIR - A Women's Social Center opened in Igdir in order to make women more aware about women's rights.

    [08] TURKEY TO HOST WORLD MINING CONGRESS IN ANTALYA

    ANKARA - Turkey National Committee will host the World Mining Congress in Antalya on Oct. 6-10, 2002.

    [09] STATE MINISTER KARAKOYUNLU RETURNS TO TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - State Minister Yılmaz Karakoyunlu returned from the U.S. to Turkey on Sunday.

    [10] STATE MINISTER TURKER MEETS WITH ECONOMY BUREAUCRATS

    ANKARA - Masum Turker, who was appointed as State Minister in charge of the Treasury on Saturday, met with economy bureaucrats on Sunday.

    [11] TEKIRDAG TEKEL FACTORY EXPORTS 2.5 MILLION LITERS OF WINE AND RAKI TO EUROPE SINCE BEGINNING OF THIS YEAR

    TEKIRDAG - Turkish Alcoholic Drinks and Tobacco Monopoly (TEKEL) Alcoholic Drinks Factory Director Kadir Albayrak has said that in the first seven months of this year, they exported 2.5 million liters of wine and raki to various countries in Europe.

    [12] BELGIAN FINANCE MINISTER REYNDERS LEAVES TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - Belgian Finance Minister Didier Reynders who completed his holiday in Turkey with his family returned back to his country on Sunday.

    [13] TURKEY HOLDS 66 PERCENT OF WORLD'S BORON RESERVES

    ANKARA - ANKARA (A.A) - Turkey's boron reserves are enough to last between 250-500 years, Dr. Ersan Kalafatoglu Scientific and Technical Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK) Marmara Research Center Equipment and Chemistry Technologies Reseach Institute Deputy said.

    [14] ECEVIT SAYS DERVIS'S RESIGNATION WOULD NOT TROUBLE ECONOMY

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit has said that the resignation of Kemal Dervis would not trouble the Turkish economy and it won't cause any problems in Turkey's relations with the IMF and the World Bank.

    [15] HISARCIKLIOGLU:''WE EXPECT TURKER TO CONTINUE ECONOMIC PROGRAM FAITHFULLY''

    HAKKARI - Turkey Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB) Chairman Rifat Hisarciklioglu has said that he was pleased that Masum Turker who replaced Kemal Dervis was familiar with the business world.

    [16] ECEVIT SAYS TURKER WILL FOCUS ON INCREASING PRODUCTION

    ANKARA - ANKARA (A.A) - Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit has said that the new State Minister in charge of economy would successfully continue the implementation of the economic program and also focus on increasing production, during a press conference he held on Saturday afternoon.


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