REVIEW OF THE TURKISH PRESS 22.04.2015
Here is a brief summary of today's Turkish newspapers.
Haber Türk writes that almost a hundred foreign statesmen from 80 countries will attend the ceremony of “Peace Summit and the100th anniversary of the Battle of Çanakkale" to be hosted by President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on April 23 and 24. The daily says that at least 100 thousand foreign journalists will cover the ceremony. According to the daily, the number of accredited foreign journalists has left behind 770 press members covering the finals of the Champions League.
Milliyet writes that Science Board of The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) has decided to establish a chip factory. The daily says that the chip factory will be established in Gebze under the partnership of National Defense Industry Undersecretariat and firms. According to the daily, this factory will be Turkey's first large-scale silicon-based chip factory after the gallium nitrate-based chip factory the foundations of which have been laid by Military Electronics Industry ASELSAN and Bilkent University.
Yeni Şafak writes that record increase in employment in Turkey has left behind many countries. The daily says that a million people were employed between 2014 and January 2015. According to the daily, only 220 thousand people were employed in the same year in the Euro zone that is four times bigger than Turkey. The daily also says that these figures underline the dynamism of the Turkish economy.
Sabah writes that it is impossible to treat many diseases by drugs in our day and scientists work on a treatment using own cells and tissues of people. The daily says further that Europe's largest stem cell and gene center in Trabzon continues cancer vaccine studies for stem cell transplantation for ALS patients. According to the daily, the center will launch stem cell transplantation studies for replacing dead cells after a heart attack.
Vatan writes that Turkey will host managers of $ 1.5 trillion worth of funds in the Gulf Region. The daily quotes the Head of the International Investment Summit, Haşim Süngü as having said that businessmen from Gulf countries, Turkish business world and bureaucrats will gather at the 2th summit to be held on April 29 and 30, adding that managers of Gulf funds are very interested in the Turkish economy and they request information about every sector.