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The USA is structured as 50 states and 3 dependent territories.To enter the US market you must have a strategy and a marketing program. You may carry out market research on the Internet, you may pay professional companies to do it for you, or you may carry it out on your own. In the US market you have to think long term and be patient. High profits are unlikely due to tough competition. View items...
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"Textiles, apparel, gold, marble and steel are the leading export goods from Turkey into the U.S. Key members of these industries told Turk of America about the competitive environment. Where does the Turkish-American trade stand today, and what are our competitors doing?" View items...

Turkey to Open Anti-dumping Probes into U.S. Companies: Minister

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey will open anti-dumping investigations into U.S. companies in the wake of new U.S. import tariffs on steel and aluminum, Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci was cited as saying by the private Dogan news agency.  “However the USA looks at our products, we will look at their products in the same way. We will launch important processes within a few days,” Zeybekci was quoted as telling reporters in the town of Denizli on Thursday.

Metal Yapı in American Market

Turkey’s Metal Yapı, the firm that has run many prestigious projects in different countries of the world, such as the Qatar National Convention Center, Esenboğa Airport of Ankara, Hotel Chandebyl of Turkmenistan, London’s luxurious residential project of Shoreditch, Hotel de Police of Paris, and the headquarters of French newspaper Le Monde, has now been on a search for a new project in the American market. Also having been handling the exterior construction of several commercial and residential buildings in Turkey, the Metal Yapı entered the American market in 2013 by selling materials. Its executives have now decided to remain in this market. And, as someone with 22 years of experience in the firm, Zuhal Özgül has taken the role to run the operations of the firm in the USA.

Young, Ambitious, Idealistic and Now Developers

One of the other young Turkish entraprenaurs who have specialized in investments in real estate property is Can Tavşanoğlu,  one of the founding partners of Caldera Real Estate Ventures (CREV).  CREV was co-founded by Can Tavşanoğlu in New York in May of 2017. A business person who have handled real estate development projects worth of $1.5bn and had experience in creating an institutional investment fund of $3bn, Tavşanoğlu is also a graduate of Columbia University’s graduate program of Real Estate Investment and Development. Promising investors optimum profit in short and long term with its creative partnership agreements and expert techniques of project development, Caldera works on exciting residential and commercial projects in New York and Miami.

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Trendspotters’ Predictions for the top 10 Food Trends of 2018

Food & Beverage industry is always on the look out for new trends and one of the best sources for this kind of trend spotting is Specialty Food Association shows and publications. I am personally a fan of Middle Eastern food so it was fun to see that it made the list. Every year Specialty Food Associations panel "TRENDSPOTERS" pick top trends in USA. Here is the list and info regarding upcoming trends that we will experience.

WeWork buys Lord & Taylor flagship for $850M for new world headquarters

Facing mounting pressure to shed its real estate assets, Hudson’s Bay Company is selling Lord & Taylor’s flagship store to WeWork and its partner for $850 million. WeWork Property Advisors — a joint venture with Rhône Capital, who is making a $500 million equity investment in HBC as part of the deal — is purchasing the 676,000-square-foot landmark building for WeWork’s new global headquarters, the New York Times reported. The Real Deal first reported that WeWork and Rhone were raising several hundred million dollars for a real estate investment fund.

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Nearly $17B in EB-5 Funds Are Ready for Redeployment

A 10-year backlog in EB-5 applications has a silver lining: $16.6 billion that investors can reinvest in real estate or other businesses if they still want a green card. The origin of the money is a unique problem with the EB-5 program, in which investors can invest $500,000 in a U.S. business in exchange for a green card. But the program requires investors’ money to be “at risk” pending the outcome of the application. Since the U.S. only hands out 10,000 EB-5 visas a year, a years-long backlog means some developers want to return investors’ money before they obtain the green card.

The Top 10 biggest Real Estate Projects Coming to NYC

The largest new building proposed in July will be part of a 1.65 million-square-foot megadevelopment on the Lower East Side. The city’s department of Housing Preservation and Development filed plans last month for 202 Broome Street, a mixed-use building that will span 258,413 square feet, according to a permit application filed with the city’s Department of Buildings. L+M Development Partners, Taconic Investment Partners and BFC Partners are developing the 15-story project, along with the rest of the $1.5 billion Essex Crossing development, which spans 10 different sites.

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