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Gaziantep's 1st Iraq International Fair, the second of which starts on 23 May 2007, was attended by more than 1000 companies from 35 countries.

Anatolian Tigers (Turkish: Anadolu Kaplanları) is a term internationally used in the context of the Turkish economy to refer to and to explain the phenomenon of a number of cities in Turkey which have displayed impressive growth records since the 1980s, as well as to a defined new breed of entrepreneurs rising in prominence and who can often be traced back to the cities in question and who generally rose from the status of SMEs [1]. Gaziantep (Kurdish: , informally, Antep) is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. ... May 23 is the 143rd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (144th in leap years). ... 2007 (MMVII) is the current year, a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar and the Anno Domini era. ... Turkeys economy is an industry and traditional economy where agriculture sector that in 2005 still accounted for 30% of employment. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... The 1980s refers to the period where corey sucks peters and has a not little to look at his little penis of and between 1980 and 1989. ... SME may stand for: Small and Medium-sized Enterprise(es), a synonym for Small and Medium-sized Business(es) (SMB) Spontaneous Music Ensemble Subject Matter Expert Structure Mapping Engine — analogy-based AI technology by Ken Forbus based on Dedre Gentners[1] structure-mapping theory [2] Sony Music Entertainment - record...


Where particular cities are concerned, the term is most often used for the capitals or depending centers of Denizli, Gaziantep, Bursa, Kocaeli, Kahramanmaraş[2]. Within Turkey, the accent is laid on cities that have received little state investments or subsidies over the years. Çorum, Denizli, Gaziantep and Kahramanmaraş, in particular, are cited among the cities who "made it themselves". In time order, while Denizli in Turkey's Aegean Region was the early hour precursor for rapid growth in Anatolian Tiger pattern, Gaziantep, Malatya, Konya and Kayseri are the most recently cited prominent Tigers on the basis of the number of companies they have among Turkey's 500 biggest. [3]. These largest are the forerunners of further large companies and a multitude of smaller ones. Denizli is a city in southwestern Turkey. ... Gaziantep (Kurdish: , informally, Antep) is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. ... Bursa (formerly known as Brusa or Prusa) is the capital of the Bursa Province in northwestern Turkey. ... Kocaeli is a province of Turkey. ... A view from KahramanmaraÅŸ (Around Intersection of Kibris Meydani and Trabzon Caddesi) KahramanmaraÅŸ is the capital city of KahramanmaraÅŸ Province in southeastern Turkey. ... Çorum is a town in the Corum Province of Turkey. ... Denizli is a city in southwestern Turkey. ... Gaziantep (Kurdish: , informally, Antep) is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. ... A view from KahramanmaraÅŸ (Around Intersection of Kibris Meydani and Trabzon Caddesi) KahramanmaraÅŸ is the capital city of KahramanmaraÅŸ Province in southeastern Turkey. ... Aegean Region Aegean Region (Ege Bölgesi), is one of the 7 census-defined regions of Turkey. ... Gaziantep (Kurdish: , informally, Antep) is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. ... Malatia can also be a misspelling of the medical term Malacia. ... Tomb of Mevlana Rumi is a popular attraction of Konya. ... Kayseri (Greek: Καισάρεια), in the antiquity Mazaka and later Caesarea, is an industrialized city in Turkey. ...


Aside from their production units, the definition generally excludes companies who have their headquarters in the largest cities of Turkey; namely İstanbul, Ankara, İzmir, Bursa and Adana, as well as companies constituted with public capital. The location of Istanbul Province Maiden Tower and Historical Peninsula of Istanbul Istanbul (Turkish: Ä°stanbul) (the former Constantinople, Greek: Κωνσταντινούπολις) is the largest city in Turkey, and arguably the most important. ... Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the countrys second largest city after Ä°stanbul. ... Ä°zmir (Ottoman Turkish: إزمير Ä°zmir, Greek: Σμύρνη SmýrnÄ“, Armenian: Ô»Õ¦Õ´Õ«Ö€ Izmir, Italian: Smirne, Ladino: Izmir, without the Turkish dotted I) is the third most populous city of Turkey and the countrys largest port after Ä°stanbul. ... Bursa (formerly known as Brusa or Prusa) is the capital of the Bursa Province in northwestern Turkey. ... Adana (the ancient Antioch in Cilicia or Antioch on the Sarus) is the capital of Adana Province in Turkey. ...


The term is also echoed, in the form "Anatolian Lions" (Turkish: Anadolu Aslanları), by the name of the private sector association Askon that brings together businessmen from a number of other cities who have found common grounds between each other. This association has branches in Ankara, Burdur, Bursa, Gebze, İzmit, Konya, Malatya and Trabzon. These lions are less often cited among the tigers for several reasons. Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the countrys second largest city after Ä°stanbul. ... Burdur is a city in the Burdur Province of Turkey. ... Bursa (formerly known as Brusa or Prusa) is the capital of the Bursa Province in northwestern Turkey. ... Osman Hamdi Bey Museum in Eskihisar village near Gebze (source&permission: Osman Hamdi Bey Museum) Gebze (classical name: Libyssa) is an industrial town in Kocaeli Province, Turkey. ... Ä°zmit (ancient Nicomedia) is a city in [[Turkey], administrative center of Kocaeli Province as well as Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality . ... Tomb of Mevlana Rumi is a popular attraction of Konya. ... Malatia can also be a misspelling of the medical term Malacia. ... Trabzon, formerly known as Trebizond (Modern Greek: Τραπεζούντα, Trapezoúnta; Ancient Greek: , Trapezoûs), is a city on the Black Sea coast of northeastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. ...


Other variations of the term, such "Turkey's Tigers" or "Turkish Tigers", as used by the PBS without excluding the most commonly used form of "Anatolian Tigers" have also been pronounced [4] [5]. Not to be confused with Public Broadcasting Services in Malta. ...

City Nr. of companies
Denizli 29
Gaziantep & Kayseri 23
Balıkesir 15
Konya 14
Kahramanmaraş 9
Ordu 7
Samsun 5
Trabzon & Ünye 4
Kütahya & Niğde 3
Adıyaman & Afyonkarahisar
& Çankırı & Giresun
& Isparta & Karaman
& Malatya
2

Beyond their shared characteristics in an economical perspective, references have also been made, especially in international media, to different political connotations within the term, including by associating this capital with Islamic values or extending its whole under such definitions as "Islamic capital" or "green capital". The political choices and the voting trends of the cities and of particulars in question may differ widely between each other. A 2005 study by the European Stability Initiative that was focused on Kayseri uses the term "Islamic Calvinists" to define the entrepreneurs and their values [6]. Denizli is a city in southwestern Turkey. ... Gaziantep (Kurdish: , informally, Antep) is the capital city of Gaziantep Province in Turkey. ... Kayseri (Greek: Καισάρεια), in the antiquity Mazaka and later Caesarea, is an industrialized city in Turkey. ... Balıkesir is the capital city of Balıkesir Province in Turkey and has a population of 215,436. ... Tomb of Mevlana Rumi is a popular attraction of Konya. ... A view from KahramanmaraÅŸ (Around Intersection of Kibris Meydani and Trabzon Caddesi) KahramanmaraÅŸ is the capital city of KahramanmaraÅŸ Province in southeastern Turkey. ... Ordu is a port city in Turkey. ... Samsun, Turkey Samsun (Greek: Σαμψούντα Sampsoúnta) is a city in northern Turkey, on the coast of the Black Sea, with a population of 396,900 as of 2004. ... Trabzon, formerly known as Trebizond (Modern Greek: Τραπεζούντα, Trapezoúnta; Ancient Greek: , Trapezoûs), is a city on the Black Sea coast of northeastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. ... Ãœnye is a town and a district of Ordu Province of Turkey. ... Kütahya is a city in western Turkey with 170,000 inhabitants (2004 estimate), lying on the Porsuk river, at 930 metres above sea level. ... NiÄŸde is the capital of NiÄŸde Province in Turkey. ... Adıyaman is a city in Turkey, capital of the Adıyaman Province. ... Afyonkarahisar (Turkish for the black opium castle) is a city in western Turkey, also known simply as Afyon (i. ... Çankırı is a town in Turkey, in Çankırı Province, about 140 km northeast of Ankara. ... Giresun (Greek: Κερασούντα ) is a town on the Black Sea of northeastern Turkey, about 110 miles (175 km) west of the city of Trabzon. ... Isparta is a city in Turkey and the provincial capital of the Isparta Province. ... Karaman is a town in south central Turkey, located north of the Taurus Mountains, ca 100 km south of Konya. ... Malatia can also be a misspelling of the medical term Malacia. ... Islam (Arabic:  ) is a monotheistic religion based upon the teachings of Muhammad, a 7th century Arab religious and political figure. ... 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Kayseri (Greek: Καισάρεια), in the antiquity Mazaka and later Caesarea, is an industrialized city in Turkey. ... In an unadorned church, the 17th century congregation stands to hear the sermon. ...


Several business awards or conferences in Turkey draw reference from the term "Anatolian Tigers" or its variants.


All terms were initially borrowed on Asian Tigers. Map of Four Asian Tigers Skyline of Hong Kong Island, taken from Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong The skyline of Singapores Central Business District (CBD) seen here at dusk Taipei is Taiwans largest city and financial center. ...


Geographical distribution

According to Istanbul Chamber of Industry's annual ranking of Turkey's top 1000 industrial enterprises, the number of industrial enterprises among the Top 1000 in the cities which fit the best into the definition of Anatolian Tigers were as indicated in the table for 2005, the most recent ranking [7]. Among these cities Trabzon has one company in top 25. 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday of the Gregorian calendar. ... Trabzon, formerly known as Trebizond (Modern Greek: Τραπεζούντα, Trapezoúnta; Ancient Greek: , Trapezoûs), is a city on the Black Sea coast of northeastern Turkey and the capital of Trabzon Province. ...


References

  1. ^ Citation Anatolian Tigers: Prospects and Challenges (English). Middle Eastern Studies, Routledge.
  2. ^ Article New Faces of Islam (English). Le Monde Diplomatique.
  3. ^ Article Anatolian Tigers: Regions prove plentiful (English). Financial Times.
  4. ^ Jon Alpert, Matthew O'Neill. Filmmakers Notes Wide Angle: Turkey's Tigers (English). PBS.
  5. ^ Jon Alpert, Matthew O'Neill. Transcript of discussion Wide Angle: Turkey's Tigers (English). Washington Post.
  6. ^ ESI. Full text Islamic Calvinists: Change and Conservatism in Central Anatolia (English). European Stability Initiative, Berlin.
  7. ^ Istanbul Chamber of Industry: Turkey's Top 1000 Industrial Enterprises. The table excludes the Thrace-İstanbul-Bursa-Eskişehir-Ankara axis, the highly integrated İzmir-Manisa-Aydın and Çukurova regions, as well as the Turkish coastline until the coal basin in the western Black Sea Region. Southeastern Anatolia Project region, included in the count, currently displays only the first signs of its potential industrial might. Likewise, the recent opening of continuous highway along the Black Sea coast is expected to deeply influence the fortunes of the region along the shoreline. Aside those mentioned in the table, the urban centers who to date have one company that is represented among Turkey's top 1000 were: Bafra, Bucak, Bulancak, Çarşamba, Çorum, Diyarbakır, Elazığ, Erzurum, İnebolu, Kars, Kastamonu, Kırşehir, Mardin, Rize, Siirt, Sivas, Suluova, Tokat and Yozgat.

Middle Eastern Studies is a name given to a number of academic programs associated with the study of the culture, politics, economy, and geography of the Middle East, an area that is generally interpreted to cover a range of nations extending from North Africa in the west to the Chinese... Routledge is an imprint for books in the humanities part of the Taylor & Francis Group, which also has Brunner-Routledge, RoutledgeCurzon and RoutledgeFalmer divisions. ... Le Monde diplomatique (nicknamed Le Diplo by its French readers) is a monthly publication offering analysis and opinion on politics, culture, and current affairs. ... The Financial Times (FT) is an international business newspaper printed on distinctive salmon pink broadsheet paper. ... Not to be confused with Public Broadcasting Services in Malta. ... ... Central Anatolia Region Central Anatolia Region (İç Anadolu Bölgesi) // Central Anatolia Region Aksaray Province Ankara Province Çankiri Province Eskişehir Province Karaman Province Kayseri Province Kirikkale Province Kırşehir Province Konya Province Nevşehir Province Niğde Province Sivas Province Yozgat Province Provinces of Turkey Category: ... Berlin is the capital city and one of the sixteen states of the Federal Republic of Germany. ... Thraciae veteris typvs. ... The location of Istanbul Province Maiden Tower and Historical Peninsula of Istanbul Istanbul (Turkish: İstanbul) (the former Constantinople, Greek: Κωνσταντινούπολις) is the largest city in Turkey, and arguably the most important. ... Bursa (formerly known as Brusa or Prusa) is the capital of the Bursa Province in northwestern Turkey. ... Eskişehir (Greek:Δορύλαιον, Dorylaion) is the capital of Eskişehir Province, Turkey. ... Ankara is the capital of Turkey and the countrys second largest city after İstanbul. ... İzmir (Ottoman Turkish: إزمير İzmir, Greek: Σμύρνη Smýrnē, Armenian: Իզմիր Izmir, Italian: Smirne, Ladino: Izmir, without the Turkish dotted I) is the third most populous city of Turkey and the countrys largest port after İstanbul. ... Manisa is the capital of the Turkish province of Manisa. ... Ongoing excavation work in Tralleis (source&permission: Aydın Governorship). ... Cilicia as Roman province, 120 AD In Antiquity, Cilicia (Κιλικία) was a region, and often a political unit, on the southeastern coast of Asia Minor (modern Turkey), north of Cyprus. ... Coal Coal (IPA: ) is a fossil fuel formed in swamp ecosystems where plant remains were saved by water and mud from oxidization and biodegradation. ... Black Sea Region // Black Sea Region Amasya Province Artvin Province Bartın Province Bayburt Province Bolu Province Çorum Province Düzce Province Giresun Province Gümüşhane Province Karabük Province Kastamonu Province Ordu Province Rize Province Samsun Province Sinop Province Tokat Province Trabzon Province Zonguldak Province Provinces of Turkey... Other Turkish Topics Culture - Education Geography - History - Politics Turkey Portal The Southeastern Anatolia Project (Turkish: Güneydoğu Anadolu Projesi, GAP) is a multi-sector integrated regional development project based on the concept of sustainable development for the 9 million people [1] living in a region. ... NASA satellite image of the Black Sea Map of the Black Sea The Black Sea is an inland sea between southeastern Europe and Anatolia that is actually a distant arm of the Atlantic Ocean by way of the Mediterranean Sea. ... Bafra is a district of Samsun Province of Turkey. ... Bulancak is a district of Giresun Province, Turkey. ... Çarşamba is a district of Samsun Province of Turkey. ... Çorum is a town in the Corum Province of Turkey. ... Diyarbakır (Ottoman Turkish: دیاربکر land of the Bekr as derived from Persian; Kurdish Amed; Syriac ; Greek Amida; Armenian Ամիդ Amid) is a major city in the Southeastern Anatolia region of Turkey. ... Elazığ is a city in the Elazığ Province of eastern Turkey and the seat of the province. ... Erzurum (Կարին (Karin) in Armenian) is a city in eastern Anatolia, Turkey. ... İnebolu Türkiyenin kuzeyinde güzel bir sahil şehridir. ... Kars (Armenian: Կարս) is a city in northeast Turkey and the capital of the Kars Province, formerly at the head of a sanjak in the Turkish vilayet of Erzurum. ... Kastamonu (Greek: Κασταμόνου) is the capital district of the Kastamonu Province, Turkey. ... http://www. ... Mardin (Kurdish: , Syriac: ܡܶܪܕܺܝܢ Merdīn, Arabic: ماردين) is a city in southeastern Turkey. ... Rize at night Location of Rize Province within Turkey Rize (Greek: Riza (ριζα; Mountain slopes), რიზე in Georgian, Ռիզե in Armenian) is a town in the north-eastern part of Turkey and the capital of Rize Province (41° 1 15N, 40° 31 19E). ... Siirt is the capital of Siirt Province in eastern Turkey. ... Sivas is the provincial capital of Sivas Province in Turkey. ... Suluova is a district of Amasya Province of Turkey. ... Tokat is a city in Turkey, at the mid Black Sea region of Anatolia. ... Yozgat is a city in Central Turkey in the Yozgat province. ...

External links

  • Association of Businessmen of Anatolian Lions

 
 

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