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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 02-11-01

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] FENERBAHCE CLUB VICE PRESIDENT KIYAT: ''OUR SUPPORTERS DID NOT OVERSHADOW
  • [02] GENDARME INTERCEPT 43 FOREIGNERS IN EDIRNE
  • [03] BOXING FEDERATION CHAIRMAN CHOSEN AS AIBA SECRETARY GENERAL
  • [04] EXPORTS FROM BURSA INCREASE 16.2 PERCENT
  • [05] TURKEY EXPORTS 98 THOUSAND TONNES OF HAZELNUTS
  • [06] GAP REGION EXPORTS USD 411.5 MILLION AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL AND ANIMAL
  • [07] TURKEY WANTS TO HAND OVER ISAF'S COMMAND ON DECEMBER 20
  • [08] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECIDES TO LISTEN TO AK PARTY'S DEFENSE
  • [09] INCREASE IN EXPORT CONTINUES
  • [10] NOVEMBER 3 ELECTIONS (2) -A TOTAL OF 41 MILLION 414 THOUSAND 793 VOTERS
  • [11] AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR IS MORE OPTIMISTIC FOR 2003
  • [12] EKREM AKURGAL, DOYEN OF ARCHEOLOGY WORLD, DIES
  • [13] TREASURY TO HOLD TWO BOND AUCTIONS NEXT WEEK
  • [14] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CONVENES TO MAKE PRE-EXAMINATION ON AK PARTY CLOSURE
  • [15] TREASURY TO REPAY 6,1 QUADRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT
  • [16] U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL PAYS ''GET WELL SOON'' VISIT TO DENKTAS

  • [01] FENERBAHCE CLUB VICE PRESIDENT KIYAT: ''OUR SUPPORTERS DID NOT OVERSHADOW TURKISH HOSPITALITY''

    ISTANBUL - Fenerbahce Club Vice President and Club Spokesman Atilla Kiyat said on Friday that they were exerting efforts to prevent any damage to Turkish-Greek tie to host Euro 2008 finals.

    01.11.2002

    [02] GENDARME INTERCEPT 43 FOREIGNERS IN EDIRNE

    EDIRNE - Gendarme forces captured 43 foreigners who were trying to proceed to Greece illegally.

    01.11.2002

    [03] BOXING FEDERATION CHAIRMAN CHOSEN AS AIBA SECRETARY GENERAL

    ANKARA - Boxing Federation Chairman Caner Doganeli was chosen on Friday as the Secretary General of International Amateur Boxing Association (AIBA)

    01.11.2002

    [04] EXPORTS FROM BURSA INCREASE 16.2 PERCENT

    BURSA - Exports from Bursa, automotive and textile center of Turkey, increased 16.2 percent to 4.7 billion U.S. dollars in January-October period of 2002.

    01.11.2002

    [05] TURKEY EXPORTS 98 THOUSAND TONNES OF HAZELNUTS

    TRABZON - Turkey exported a total of 98 thousand tonnes of hazelnuts in the new export season which started in September

    01.11.2002

    [06] GAP REGION EXPORTS USD 411.5 MILLION AGRICULTURAL, INDUSTRIAL AND ANIMAL PRODUCTS IN NINE MONTHS

    GAZIANTEP - Exports of agricultural, animal and industrial products from the Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) region to 117 countries in five continents and 11 free zones in Turkey in the first nine months of this year decreased 10.5 percent to 411 million 557 thousand U.S. dollars.

    01.11.2002

    [07] TURKEY WANTS TO HAND OVER ISAF'S COMMAND ON DECEMBER 20

    ANKARA - Turkey, who took over command of International Security and Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan from Britain, plans to hand over the command in December

    01.11.2002

    [08] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT DECIDES TO LISTEN TO AK PARTY'S DEFENSE

    ANKARA - The Constitutional Court decided on Friday to listen to defense of Justice and Development Party (AK Party) before it decides whether or not to put precautionary measure on duties and authorities of AK Party leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

    01.11.2002

    [09] INCREASE IN EXPORT CONTINUES

    ISTANBUL - Turkey's export in October increased 28.8 percent to 3 billion 652 million 646 thousand U.S. dollars when compared to same month in 2001.

    01.11.2002

    [10] NOVEMBER 3 ELECTIONS (2) -A TOTAL OF 41 MILLION 414 THOUSAND 793 VOTERS TO CAST VOTES IN 85 ELECTORATES

    ANKARA - A total of 41 million 793 thousand and 793 electors will cast their votes in 85 electorates and in 172 thousand 193 ballot boxes.

    01.11.2002

    [11] AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR IS MORE OPTIMISTIC FOR 2003

    ANKARA - Automotive sector is more optimistic for 2003 following the shrinkage in the market in 2002.

    01.11.2002

    [12] EKREM AKURGAL, DOYEN OF ARCHEOLOGY WORLD, DIES

    IZMIR - Prof. Dr. Ekrem Akurgal, the Doyen of Archeology world, died in his house in Karsiyaka Township in Aegean Izmir province.

    01.11.2002

    [13] TREASURY TO HOLD TWO BOND AUCTIONS NEXT WEEK

    ANKARA - Treasury will auction 133-day bonds and 238-day bonds next week

    01.11.2002

    [14] CONSTITUTIONAL COURT CONVENES TO MAKE PRE-EXAMINATION ON AK PARTY CLOSURE CASE

    ANKARA - The Constitutional Court convened at 10.00 local time on Friday to make its pre-examination about the closure case of Justice and Development Party (AK Party).

    01.11.2002

    [15] TREASURY TO REPAY 6,1 QUADRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT

    ANKARA - Treasury will repay a 6 quadrillion 118.2 trillion Turkish liras (TL) of domestic debt next week.

    01.11.2002

    [16] U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL PAYS ''GET WELL SOON'' VISIT TO DENKTAS

    NEW YORK - The United Nations (U.N.) Secretary General Kofi Annan paid a ''get well soon'' visit to President Rauf Denktas of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), who had a heart surgery in New York.

    01.11.2002


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