TURKISH COMMERCIAL CODE & CORPORATE LAW
Turkish Business Law
Turkish Commercial Code (TCC) No. 6102, consisting of 1535 articles, was adopted by the Turkish Parliament on January 13th, 2011. But, for obtaining the acquiescence of business actors to the new law and allowing relevant institutions to prepare the secondary legislation, the Turkish Parliament decided to put the new code into force after one and a half years. Thus, the new TCC was put into force on July 1st, 2012. This section of our site is dedicated to give information about Turkish Commercial Code & Law, especially to those foreign enterpreneurs. If you have any questions and comments on Turkish Commercial Code & Law, Turkish joint stock companies and limited liability companies, please feel free to send e-mail directly to us. We will respond ASAP.
Soner Altas was born in 1976. He started his career at the Ministry of Industry and Trade as an assistant inspector, in 2000. He was promoted to Chief Inspector in 2010. He has been working as chief inspector (auditor) at the Ministry of Industry and Technology, since 2011. He earned his Master of Business Administartion degree (MBA) from the University of Tennessee, United States, in 2007. He was nominated with the Faculty Scholarship and proudly chosen as a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society in 2007…
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