Demet Cabbar

Demet Cabbar

Private Sector Is the Locomotive of An Economy

By Demet Cabbar

It is now widely accepted that small and medium-sized enterprises are key drivers of competition, growth and job creation, particularly in developing countries.  According to the World Bank’s Financial and Private Sector Development’s Vice Presidency:

The Mecca of Tea: Sri Lanka

Demet Cabbar – Washington,DC
For people who spent their childhood in Turkey during the 80s, such as me, phrase “smuggled tea” are magic words. Although we didn’t have the answers to such questions as “where was this smuggled from, why was it smuggled” or “how did it end up in our kitchen”, it was impossible not to realize
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Cartagena, Queen of the Caribbean

Demet Cabbar – Washington, D.C.
We Turkish people tend to be harsh critics of ourselves when we are home. The moment we are away from our homeland, it all changes. We become the most patriotic and snobbish people of the world, yearning for “the air, water, sea, fish, music and most importantly the warmth of our people.”
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