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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 03-01-19

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] DRIED FRUIT EXPORTS FROM GAP REGION INCREASE 51.7 PERCENT
  • [02] TOBB CHAIRMAN HISARCIKLIOGLU: ''REASON OF BASIC PROBLEMS OF TURKEY IS
  • [03] WORLD BANK VICE PRESIDENT LINN DEPARTS FROM TURKEY
  • [04] URGENT ACTION PLAN FORESEES 205 ARRANGEMENTS
  • [05] TENDER TO BE OPENED FOR PRIVATIZATION OF PETKIM
  • [06] ENVIRONMENT MINISTER SUTLUOGLU LEAVES FOR BELGIUM
  • [07] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN MEETS IMF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KIEKENS
  • [08] U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL ANNAN CALLS PRIME MINISTER GUL ON THE PHONE
  • [09] CHP LEADER BAYKAL: ''EUROPEAN SOCIALISTS ARE AGAINST WAR TOWARD IRAQ''
  • [10] SENER SAYS A MACRO ECONOMIC BALANCE IN LINE WITH PRIMARY SURPLUS TARGET
  • [11] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN: ''I HOPE STEPS RELATED WITH FEBRUARY 28 PROCESS
  • [12] HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION VISITS PRISONS IN EASTERN PROVINCES

  • [01] DRIED FRUIT EXPORTS FROM GAP REGION INCREASE 51.7 PERCENT

    GAZIANTEP - Dried fruit exports from Southeastern Anatolia Project (GAP) region increased by 51.7 percent to 51 million 49 thousand U.S. dollars in 2002.

    19.01.2003

    [02] TOBB CHAIRMAN HISARCIKLIOGLU: ''REASON OF BASIC PROBLEMS OF TURKEY IS STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONING OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION''

    ANKARA - Rifat Hisarciklioglu, the Chairman of Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB), said on Sunday that reason of basic problems of Turkey including debt stock, unproductive and unstable economy, unemployment and corruption resulted from structure and functioning of public administration.

    19.01.2003

    [03] WORLD BANK VICE PRESIDENT LINN DEPARTS FROM TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - World Bank Vice President Johannes Linn departed from Turkey on Sunday.

    19.01.2003

    [04] URGENT ACTION PLAN FORESEES 205 ARRANGEMENTS

    ANKARA - Urgent action plan comprised of 41 pages foresees 205 arrangements and implementations under headlines like ''Public Administration Reform'', ''Economic Transformation Program'', ''Democratization and Legal Reform'' and ''Social Policies.''

    19.01.2003

    [05] TENDER TO BE OPENED FOR PRIVATIZATION OF PETKIM

    ANKARA - A tender will be opened for privatization of Petrokimya Holding A.S. (PETKIM) which is the leading company in petrochemistry sector in Turkey.

    19.01.2003

    [06] ENVIRONMENT MINISTER SUTLUOGLU LEAVES FOR BELGIUM

    ANKARA - Environment Minister Imdat Sutluoglu will go to Belgium on Monday to attend ninth unofficial meeting of environment ministers of European Union (EU) candidate countries.

    19.01.2003

    [07] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN MEETS IMF EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KIEKENS

    ANKARA - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan met on Saturday with International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Director Willy Kiekens.

    19.01.2003

    [08] U.N. SECRETARY GENERAL ANNAN CALLS PRIME MINISTER GUL ON THE PHONE

    ANKARA - Prime Minister Abdullah Gul talked to the U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan on the phone.

    19.01.2003

    [09] CHP LEADER BAYKAL: ''EUROPEAN SOCIALISTS ARE AGAINST WAR TOWARD IRAQ''

    FLORENCE - Republican People's Party (CHP) leader Deniz Baykal said on Saturday that European Socialists were against war toward Iraq.

    19.01.2003

    [10] SENER SAYS A MACRO ECONOMIC BALANCE IN LINE WITH PRIMARY SURPLUS TARGET HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED AS A RESULT OF DETERMINED STANCE OF GOVERNMENT

    ANKARA - State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullatif Sener said on Saturday that a macro economic balance in line with primary surplus target of 6.5 percent had been established at the Higher Planning Board (YPK) pre-meeting as a result of the determined stance of the government.

    19.01.2003

    [11] AK PARTY LEADER ERDOGAN: ''I HOPE STEPS RELATED WITH FEBRUARY 28 PROCESS AND THE TALKS PROCESS IN NORTHERN CYPRUS WILL BE CONCLUDED POSITIVELY''

    ANKARA - Justice and Development Party (AK Party) leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday that he hoped steps related with February 28 process and talks process in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) would be concluded positively.

    19.01.2003

    [12] HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION VISITS PRISONS IN EASTERN PROVINCES

    TUNCELI-MUS-BINGOL - BINGOL (A.A) - 19.01.2003 - Parliamentary Human Rights Inspection Commission visited prisons in eastern provinces of Mus, Bingol and Tunceli on Saturday.

    19.01.2003


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