Establishing a Business in Turkey

The New Turkish Commercial Code came into effect in July 2012. The intent of the reform is to make a business friendly environment to attract foreign investors and increase its competitiveness.Read more »

Transferring Assets

According to the Turkish law if a legal entity takes over a business with its assets and liabilities, then it is liable for the debts and credits of the same company.Read more »

Incentives & Special Investment Zones

The Turkish government over the years launched three different initiatives in order to facilitate FDI (Foreign Direct Investment).Read more »

Labor Market

The Turkish labor system allows many different types of contracts (permanent, temporary, part time, trail period,) that give flexibility to the employer while defending the workers’ rights.Read more »

Taxes

The Turkish taxation system is based on three major taxes: Income tax, taxes on expenditure and taxes on wealth.Read more »