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For you busy traveller with little time to choose and will to bring something nice for those waiting back home. FORGET ABOUT Grand Bazaar and explore the local jewels, that actually offer much more bang for the buck. Today, we visit Les Arts Turcs aka the perfect art gallery featuring local artists where you can find anything from traditional ceramics through cute details in the shape of handmade magnets, organic soap or glass keychains. As you can see in Les Arts Turcs MAP, it is very close to the entrance to Hagia Sophia - a small detour well well worth it. The owner is super kind and if you come with some extra time, you can enjoy one of their workshops for a more intimate experience on the traditional techniques.
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31.03.2016
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With its favorable geographical conditions and climate, Turkey is considered to be one of the leading countries in the world in the field of food and agriculture.

The restructuring efforts that began in the early 1980s, alongside a series of reforms including privatizations and the reduction of trade barriers in the agriculture sector, resulted in a domestic market that is an integral part of the world economy today..

Turkey has a large and growing food and agriculture industry that corresponds to 9 percent of the overall gross value-added (GVA) and a quarter of the employment levels in the country.
http://www.e-turkey.org/new22/agriculture-and-food/
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THINK LIKE A TURK: FIVE PROFESSIONAL LESSONS FROM FIVE YEARS IN ISTANBUL
http://www.e-turkey.org/new22/think-like-a-turk-five-professional-lessons-from-five-years-in-istanbul/
Cultural differences have a lot of impact on business. Understanding how your counterpart is key to success. However, explaining the main cause and possible implications of such differences is always a challenge. This is why we are fortunate to have Michelle Haskin’s thoughts here. Michelle worked as a business development manager for a global law firm’s Istanbul office. She currently lives in USA. But we find her observations still accurate and valuable. With Michelle’s permission, we share her insight on the cultural side of doing business in Turkey.

After working as a legal business development professional for over five years in Istanbul, Turkey, I came away with these five lessons, which are applicable around the world.
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