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The Art of Expansion 9 mai 2012

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The Wall Street Journal Europe (USA) May 9, 2012, p. 19

The Journal Report: Turkey

Consumers have been painting the town red, but skeptics fear Turkey’s economic growth is unsustainable. (suite…)

Cities of Dreams 9 mai 2012

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The Wall Street Journal Europe (USA) May 9, 2012, p. 20
The Journal Report: Turkey

By Justin Vela, Istanbul

Mass home ownership has been a political success story, but is the bubble about to burst? (suite…)

Making a Splash 9 mai 2012

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The Wall Street Journal Europe (USA) May 9, 2012, p. 21                    Türkçe
The Journal Report: Turkey

By Joe Parkinson, Istanbul

Turkey has posted record growth, but is it really doing what it says on the tin? (suite…)

The Brain Gain 9 mai 2012

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The Wall Street Journal Europe (USA) May 9, 2012, p. 22                    Türkçe
The Journal Report: Turkey

By Joe Parkinson, Istanbul

Many well-educated Turks used to look abroad for their career opportunities, but now many think the best opportunities lie at home. (suite…)

Syrians’ plight touches Turkey’s « Little Afghanistan » 9 mai 2012

Posted by Acturca in Central Asia / Asie Centrale, Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie.
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Reuters News (UK) May 9, 2012

By Jonathon Burch, Ovakent (Turkey)

When Abdul Maraf Yildiz looks at the thousands of Syrian refugees flooding across the border into southern Turkey, he sees himself, 30 years ago. (suite…)

Turquie: le gouvernement islamo-conservateur veut privatiser les théâtres 9 mai 2012

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Agence France Presse

Mercredi 9 mai 2012, Ankara

Le gouvernement islamo-conservateur turc veut privatiser les théâtres nationaux, provoquant la colère d’une partie du monde du spectacle qui dénonce un « arrêt de mort » des arts en Turquie. (suite…)