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November 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 8, 2005

The main headlines of the Turkish news in the last two weeks were the positive developments in the different privatization processes. In the Tupras sale the Competition Council approved the Koc-Shell consortium winning bid. In the Turk Telekom sale the…

November 3, 2005 - ,

BNP Paribas continues the steady development of its network of Trade Centers, with a new opening in Moscow

BNP Paribas is nominated “World’s Best Trade Finance Bank” for 2005BNP Paribas is continuing the steady development of its network of Trade Centers. On October 24, a new center opened its doors in Moscow, taking the number of Trade Centers…

October 20, 2005 - ,

SG Corporate & Investment Banking and BNP Paribas announce the successful closing of limited recourse financing for two LNG tankers in the sultanate of Oman

SG Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) and BNP Paribas (BNPP) have arranged a landmark limited recourse financing for a USD 320 million project related to the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. This shipping project is sponsored…

October 18, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 18, 2005

The last two weeks of Turkish news were highlighted by the following items: the decision of the CBT to cut its policy rate by 25bp to 14%, the privatisation/assets sale drive of the government is continued as the cement factories,…

October 5, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 5, 2005

The major headlines of the last two weeks in Turkey included: the Accession Negotiations between Turkey and the EU have officially started at midnight October 3rd following a series of political manoeuvring between Turkey, Austria and the rest of the…

September 28, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Asset Management establishes an Executive Committee

Gilles Glicenstein, Chairman of BNP Paribas Asset Management since last June, will be assisted by an Executive Committee comprising five members. The committee will pursue and accelerate the strategy initiated by the company over the last few years, based on…

September 20, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – September 20, 2005

The last two weeks of the Turkish economy were highlighted by the following events: in the financial sector the sale of the 51% stake in Tupras was won by the Koc-Shell consortium with a USD 4,140bn bid, valuating the company…

September 7, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – September 7, 2005

During the past two weeks the Turkish news was highlighted by the following: the sale procedure of Telsim, previously owned by the Uzan Group and currently Turkey’s second largest GSM operator, was initiated with an appraisal value determined at USD…

August 24, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 24, 2005

The last two weeks in Turkey were highlighted by the following items: the vast privatisation campaign carries on as the schedule for the electricity privatisation is announced: the first 6 regions out of a total of 20 will be tendered…

August 10, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 10, 2005

The Turkish news of the last two weeks was highlighted by four major items: the Revised Custom Union Protocol, last of the prerequisites for the beginning of the EU negotiations, was finally ratified by Turkey on August 1st 2005. However…

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November 8, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – November 8, 2005

The main headlines of the Turkish news in the last two weeks were the positive developments in the different privatization processes. In the Tupras sale the Competition Council approved the Koc-Shell consortium winning bid. In the Turk Telekom sale the…

November 3, 2005 - ,

BNP Paribas continues the steady development of its network of Trade Centers, with a new opening in Moscow

BNP Paribas is nominated “World’s Best Trade Finance Bank” for 2005BNP Paribas is continuing the steady development of its network of Trade Centers. On October 24, a new center opened its doors in Moscow, taking the number of Trade Centers…

October 20, 2005 - ,

SG Corporate & Investment Banking and BNP Paribas announce the successful closing of limited recourse financing for two LNG tankers in the sultanate of Oman

SG Corporate & Investment Banking (SG CIB) and BNP Paribas (BNPP) have arranged a landmark limited recourse financing for a USD 320 million project related to the construction of two liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. This shipping project is sponsored…

October 18, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 18, 2005

The last two weeks of Turkish news were highlighted by the following items: the decision of the CBT to cut its policy rate by 25bp to 14%, the privatisation/assets sale drive of the government is continued as the cement factories,…

October 5, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – October 5, 2005

The major headlines of the last two weeks in Turkey included: the Accession Negotiations between Turkey and the EU have officially started at midnight October 3rd following a series of political manoeuvring between Turkey, Austria and the rest of the…

September 28, 2005 -

BNP Paribas Asset Management establishes an Executive Committee

Gilles Glicenstein, Chairman of BNP Paribas Asset Management since last June, will be assisted by an Executive Committee comprising five members. The committee will pursue and accelerate the strategy initiated by the company over the last few years, based on…

September 20, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – September 20, 2005

The last two weeks of the Turkish economy were highlighted by the following events: in the financial sector the sale of the 51% stake in Tupras was won by the Koc-Shell consortium with a USD 4,140bn bid, valuating the company…

September 7, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – September 7, 2005

During the past two weeks the Turkish news was highlighted by the following: the sale procedure of Telsim, previously owned by the Uzan Group and currently Turkey’s second largest GSM operator, was initiated with an appraisal value determined at USD…

August 24, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 24, 2005

The last two weeks in Turkey were highlighted by the following items: the vast privatisation campaign carries on as the schedule for the electricity privatisation is announced: the first 6 regions out of a total of 20 will be tendered…

August 10, 2005 -

The Turkish Bulletin – August 10, 2005

The Turkish news of the last two weeks was highlighted by four major items: the Revised Custom Union Protocol, last of the prerequisites for the beginning of the EU negotiations, was finally ratified by Turkey on August 1st 2005. However…