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In Russia, ranks of the poor swelling

'Difficulties began long before the conflict with Ukraine and the EU and US sanctions, though these aggravated the situation'

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Fitch: Eurozone stabilization improving ratings outlook

Fitch Ratings says a stabilisation in the eurozone has supported an improving trend in global sovereign rating actions.

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EU, Turkey talk about trade and customs union

EU Enlargement Chief Stefan Fule Turkey's Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci exchanged ideas about Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership agreement and the Customs Union.

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Turkish government pays $38 bln to its employees in 2013

Turkish government spent approximately $38 billion on its employees in 2013.

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Rising gold prices benefit Turkey, says WFDB vice president

Ernest Blom, Vice President of World Federation of Diamond Bourses, said gold prices would continue rising, while benefiting Turkey

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British military restores exporting licenses to Egypt

Britain's recent decision of restoring 24 export licenses to Egypt that it suspended back in August, were protested with the attendance of more than one hundred demonstrators in capital London on Sunday.

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British military restores exporting licenses to Egypt

Britain's recent decision of restoring 24 export licenses to Egypt that it suspended back in August, were protested with the attendance of more than one hundred demonstrators in capital London on Sunday.

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DOLLAR SLIPS VS. YEN AFTER BERNANKE COMMENTS

The dollar edged lower on Wednesday after U.S. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said the Fed will maintain its ultra-easy monetary policy for as long as needed.

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GÜL: TURKEY SHOULD HAVE A STRONG INDUSTRY

President Abdullah Gül said "A country like Turkey that has a big geography undoubtedly should have a strong industry".

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