This site provides a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Turkey.
Guidelines from the Turkish Commercial Code
The main company types in Turkey are Private Limited, Joint Stock companies, Commandite and Collective Companies. Foreign businesses can also open a Liaison Office or a Branch in Turkey.On this site, you can find an overview of these companies in Turkey, access their registration procedure and documentary requirements, or...
The limited liability company and thejoint stock company are the most common types of legal entities.
Doing Business 2016. THE BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT
Like many emerging markets, Turkey presents a range of challenges to doing business, including turbulent politics, occasional civil demonstrations, regional instability, complex bureaucracy, onerous terms and conditions in government contracts, a weakened judicial system
From the Ministry of Foreign Affairs – The Electronic Visa (e-Visa) Application System was launched on 17 April 2013 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Turkey. This system allows visitors travelling to Turkey to easily obtain their e-Visas online (www.evisa.gov.tr), in approximately three minutes.
Visitors to Turkey must obtain a visa from one of the Turkish diplomatic missions unless they come from one of the 120 countries and territories that are either visa exempt or whose citizens may obtain a visa on arrival.
Turkey’s largely free-market economy is increasingly driven by its industry and service sectors, although its traditional agriculture sector still accounts for about 25% of employment. An aggressive privatization program has reduced state involvement in basic industry, banking, transport, and communication, and an emerging cadre of middle-class entrepreneurs is adding...
A summary of all forms of public transportation in Turkey