Treasury bill famine drives consolidation - Turkeys overcrowded banking sector faces privatization, mergers and aquisitions. The newlyestablished banking supervisory agency hopes to make the right moves in overseeing this process. For a start, it must dispose of the rescued banks in its custody.
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 2000, p. 34-43
Features - Turkey - Net proves popular but profits are elusive - Turkeys booming internet scene offers the prospect of substantial rewards. But the country's fledgling ISPs face a tough battle for subscribers and tight profit margins.
Munir, Metin, (2001)
Munir, Metin, (2000)
Little stability, lots of profit - An Islamist prime minister, political uncertainty, economic turbulence: the west has decided that it's easier just to wait a bit rather than invest in Turkey. The view from Istanbul is different: many there reckon now's the time to make a fortune.
Munir, Metin, (1996)
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