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Construction Machinery Maker XCMG Expands in Turkey

China-based XCMG, the largest construction machinery manufacturer in the world, is broadening its presence in the rapidly-growing Turkish market. To do that, it has established two new overseas companies in Ankara, Turkey: XCMG Turkey Co., Ltd. and Spare Parts Center (XCMG Turkey).

Rapro Purchased By Gates

Gates Corporation, a manufacturer of power transmission belts and fluid power products based in Colorado, announced the acquisition of Rapro, a Turkey-based manufacturer of molded and branched hoses.

CBK Soft and Ark Technology To Advance E-Signature Usage in MENA

CBK Soft, an InfoFort company that specializes in content management and digital transformation based in Turkey, announced its cooperation with Ark Technology, a consultancy and technology company, to boost e-signature usage and its adoption in the Middle East and Africa region.

Vodacom Inaugurates A Future Jobs Program For The Youth Around the World

Vodacom, a South African mobile communications company, has launched a future jobs programme entitled “What will you be?” which uses the Future Jobs Finder portal to provide career guidance and access to training content to enhance the prospects of South Africa’s youth in the digital economy.

EBRD Completes Equity Investment in Bank Audi sal

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), a multilateral bank headquartered in London, United Kingdom, has completed an equity investment in Bank Audi sal, a banking group in Lebanon.

Toshiba to Provide Steam Turbines for Zorlu Geothermal Plants

The Zorlu Energy Group (Zorlu.com.tr/en), an independent power producer and part of Turkey's Zorlu Holdings, has signed a package deal agreement (PDA) with Toshiba Corporation for the Japanese company to provide steam turbines and generators (STGs) for geothermal power plants that Zorlu Energy Group develops to construct in Turkey.

Election in Turkey on April 16 Could Further Destabilize the Region

On April 16, Turkish citizens will be voting on the most significant changes in the country's constitution in modern history. The 18 amendments will, if approved, transform the current parliamentary system into a presidential one, concentrating power and potentially throwing the country into turmoil.

Korea to Provide PV Devices for New 1 GW Solar Plant in Turkey

Turkey is about to begin construction on a 1 GW solar power plant, the largest project of this kind ever in the region. A consortium including South Korea based Hanwhat Q CELLS Co., Ltd., a major photovoltaic device manufacturer, and local energy provider Kalyon Energi Yatirimlari A.S. won the contract.

Sustainable Human Development Requires Far More Inclusion

Human development is progressing and has recently made major strides in many areas, but many are still left behind, with systemic and often unmeasured barriers to catching up. A new UN report urges a stronger focus on those excluded and on actions to dismantle these barriers to ensure sustainable human development for all.

XCMG Completes Its Second Live-Streamed Apprentice Training Program

XCMG, a China-based multinational heavy machinery manufacturing company, recently completed is "XCMG Apprentice" Season II Program hosted at the company headquarter in Xuzhou, China from December 16 to 20, offering five global apprentices the opportunity to study XCMG's technologies while promoting international exchange in construction machinery industry and culture

Columbia Global Center in Istanbul Leads Refugee Symposium

New York based Columbia University began established a set of eight Global Centers around the world with a special regional focus. Each site allows for in-depth research and the exchange of knowledge on topics ranging from the refugee crisis and human rights to entrepreneurship, arts, and culture. Last week the Istanbul Center partnered with the Amman Center on a special symposium about the current Middle East Refugee crisis.

Mitsubishi Lands Cogeneration Plant Contract in Uzbekistan

Uzbekenergo, an Ubekistan-based joint stock company in the power sector, has contracted with Mitsubishi Corporation and its partner Mitsubishi Hitachi POwer Systems Ltd. for the construction of a Combined Cycle Cogeneration Plant at the Navoi Thermal Power Station iin southern Uzbekistan.

Turkey Lands Major Investments As part of Its Strategic Healthcare Initiative

As part of the strategic healthcare transformation program driven from the highest levels in Turkey, GE Healthcare, GAMA Holding A.S. and Türkerler İnşaat A.Ş., just reached a definitive agreement for the development of two strategic Ministry of Health (MoH) PPPs; the İzmir & Kocaeli Integrated Healthcare Campus Projects.

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