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Work in Turkey

Our participative guide will help you find out more on the work market and the legal framework in Turkey.

Setting up a business in Turkey

Starting your own business is always an intense experience. On the one hand, there is the excitement of seeing your project come alive, along with the expectation of financial gain; on the other hand are the somewhat burdensome administrative requirements. Turkey is no exception and you will have you go through a number of bureaucratic procedures, but the country’s significant business opportunities definitely make it worth the effort.

Ankara, Turkey's political capital and second-largest city after Istanbul, accounted for about 9% of the ...

The economic powerhouse of the country, Istanbul accounted for 30% of the total Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Turkey ...

An internship in Turkey can prove to be a prized addition to your CV, demonstrating your open-mindedness and your ...

For many of you, along with a new life comes the prospect of a new job. Whether you are being transferred to the ...

Turkey's third-largest city, Izmir represented 6% of Turkey’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as of 2014. The ...

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