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Pakistan may not have to pay $1b Karkey penalty
The key suspect in the rental power plants case – Laeeq Ahmed Sheikh, who is in National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) custody, has revealed some astonishing facts.
Pak-Turkey SEF Plan of Action: Pakistan wants to settle FTA by June 2019
Pakistan is seeking to conclude Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Turkey by June 2019 that offers the lowest tariff on all tariff lines extended by Turkey to its other trading partners.
Japan eyes June trade deal with Turkey
Japan aims to sign an economic partnership agreement with Turkey in June, as Tokyo’s tariff-reducing deal with the European Union.
Japan, Turkey to hold talks on EPA
Japan and Turkey will hold talks in Tokyo on a bilateral economic partnership agreement.
Pakistan, Turkey in talks for FTA
Pakistan concerned authorities are in the process of building consensus with Turkish for a meaningful free trade agreement (FTA) and increase in economic integration.
Turkish RPP ship: Pakistan breathes $900mn sigh of relief
Pakistan said to have gathered fresh ‘evidence of corruption’ in the procurement of a rental power project (RPP) contract by the Turkish company.
Indonesia, Turkey conclude third round of CEPA talks
Indonesia and Turkey have held a third round of talks on the Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IT-CEPA) in Jakarta.
Turkey ratifies free trade agreement with Serbia
The Turkish Parliament has ratified the new Free Trade Agreement with Serbia which creates prerequisites for more Serbian goods to be included in the duty-free regime in trade between the two countries.
Westwater files international arbitration request against Republic of Turkey
Westwater Resources, an energy materials development company, announced the filing of a request for arbitration against the Republic of Turkey for the taking of its Temrezli and Şefaatli uranium projects in June 2018.
Trade Ministry prepares to impose tariffs on Turkish goods
Jordan-Turkey free trade agreement’s termination comes after months of failed negotiations.
’Turkey, UK should sign free trade agreement’
Turkey and the UK should sign a free trade agreement (FTA) to protect bilateral trade from the effects of Brexit.
Japan and Turkey seek early conclusion of free trade accord
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to try to conclude negotiations for a free trade agreement “at an early date.”
Jordan, Turkey mull new free trade pact
Jordan and Turkey on Tuesday discussed prospects for sealing a new free trade agreement (FTA) following the Kingdom’s suspension of the previous agreement.
Pakistan, Turkey agreed to revive dialogue on Free Trade Agreement: FM Qureshi
Pakistan and Turkey have agreed to further bolster their trade, economic, investment and defense relations.
Economic partnership pact with Turkey inked
Qatar and Turkey yesterday signed a bilateral economic partnership agreement, aiming at cementing trade exchange and easing restrictions on investments, trade in services and e-commerce.
Turkey crisis rattles Asian nations with rising Belt and Road debts
Turkey’s currency crisis is adding to the financial troubles of emerging Asian economies that have taken big loans for infrastructure projects under China’s Belt and Road initiative.
Korea-Turkey FTA in services and investment to go into effect Wed
A free trade agreement between South Korea and Turkey expands to the services sector and investment from Wednesday, raising more business opportunities for Korean contents and builders in the transcontinental country.
Turkish government taken to international tribunal
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s regime accused of illegally seizing company assets and breaching investment treaties involving Britain and other EU states.
New gov’t maintains position on FTA deal with Turkey
The Jordan-Turkey agreement will be terminated in November 2018.
Expanded free-trade agreement with Turkey attracts criticism
Eleven Swiss groups have called on parliament to refrain from ratifying a revised free-trade agreement with Turkey. They cited the country’s current political climate and human rights situation.