Minister of Ukraine: Agreement on grain corridor will be extended

SHAFAQNA Minister of Infrastructure of Turkey and Ukraine Alexander Kubrakov announced that the agreement on Black Sea grain will be extended by 120 days. The grain passage agreement, which is closely monitored in terms of food supplies, will be extended. This was announced by the Minister of Infrastructure of Ukraine Oleksandr Kubrakov. Kubrakov, who made … Read more

Geopolitical concerns over oil dissipated – last minute Turkey and world news

SHAFAKNA TURKEY. While the flood of news about missiles falling on Poland, which caused the oil market to fluctuate, has taken on a new dimension with new announcements, its negative impact on pricing has also dissipated. Oil has increased its losses as investors again worry about the demand outlook after geopolitical tensions have subsided. U.S. … Read more

Short-term external debt increased by 15%

SHAFAQNA TURKEY – Accordingly, the volume of short-term external debt increased by 14.7 percent in September compared to the end of 2021, amounting to $139.5 billion. During this period, the volume of short-term external debt of banks increased by 9.6 percent to $56.3 billion, while the volume of short-term external debt of other sectors increased … Read more

Cars announced with a rise in price in November

SAFAKNA TURKEY – Automotive columnist Emre Ozpeinirci said: “While Minister Nebati’s statements lead everyone to expect an increase in the tax base, the increase continues in November. Today, many models received a second increase in November.” Özpeynirci listed the cars that were enlarged after this announcement. RENAULT Clio 3.7-4.2% Talian 3.3-10.9% Kaptur 4.3-11.5% Megan 2.7-4.5% … Read more

Binance and Roubini feud escalates

SAFAKNA TURKEY – Changpeng Zhao, CEO of the world’s largest cryptoasset platform Binance, speaking at the Milken Institute Middle East and Africa Summit, responded to famous economist Nouriel Roubini’s harsh remarks about himself. Regarding Roubini’s words, Zhao said, “There are people who try to get famous by attacking others. “They often end up poor,” he … Read more