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    Who read my posts so far, knows about economic projections.

    I will give you some hints.


    Koc Holding
    Biggest Industry Conglomerate in Turkey
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    Tupras
    Subsidary of Koc Holding
    Oil Refining monopolist
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    Otokar
    Subsidary of Koc Holding
    Makes Buses, military vehicle, and has contract to build Main Battle Tank from Army
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    Aygaz
    Subsidary of Koc Holding
    Nearly LPG monopolist
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    Sabanci Holding
    2nd biggest Industry Conglomerate in Turkey
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    Halkbank
    Biggest Bank, partly owned by Treasury
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    Efes
    Biggest Alcohole Company
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    I do not work for a long time.
    But, I have currently about 12.000 Euros which I have marked for spending.
    I am going to buy some stocks. And let that money invested in the stocks for a while and see what happens

    I will buy stocks from companies owned by the Armed Forces Foundation and the Army Pension Fund.
    Food and War sell in every decade.

    Turkish military nurtures an economic leviathan
    ...is running a center that commands economic assets amounting to $50 billion. OYAK has now grown into a giant holding incorporating 60 companies and affiliates. The areas in which these companies operate are incredibly diverse and include automobiles, cement, iron and steel, finance, energy, mining, agricultural chemicals, foodstuffs, construction, transportation and logistics, private security and information technology. OYAK even has investments abroad, including cement plants in Romania and Cyprus and two companies in Spain and the Netherlands.
    OYAK, as defined in the law drafted by the military junta, is “an administratively and financially independent legal entity attached to the Ministry of Defense and subject to special legal provisions,” and this had bestowed considerable privileges on it. The same law also provides for all assets, revenue and claims of the organization to be eligible for the rights and privileges attached to state property and that offenders are subject to similar charges received by violators of state property.

    Turkish military nurtures an economic leviathan
     
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