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Please, I know in a sense that this question is already asked, inhere, but there's no clear answer. My question ,precisely, in a case that an online Business is opened and products will be destinated to Export ; so it will not be destinated to the Turkish Market and money will be received in Turkey as the Residence will be there. WORK PERMIT IS NECESSARY OR NOT ? Also, I heard this but it seems not to be logical: As you're not Turkish and you open a business online even with Turkish Market; it's not necessary to have WORK MARKET?!! Someone has a clarifications about this and may be a lawyer has a precise answer with updates , Thanks,
I'm trying to get certain Turkish foods to run a business here in the States. NJ is one state over and they make the products, but they are a pain to deal with and we'd have to deal with the FDA and it's not me who'd have to get the paperwork done; it's NJ and they are dragging their feet. I was wondering if anybody knew of a food distributer that ships to the US that has a good reputation and won't cost an arm and a leg.
Hello everyone, I am currently looking for companies, which deal with building/construction materials in Turkey. I am interested mainly in merchandisers, and not in producers. Any names/information you could come up with is useful. Size of the company does not really matter- from family companies to megamarkets. Thank you all in advance
I did a search for carpets and read a thread about buying carpets, but I didn't see this answered anywhere. Forgive me if I overlooked something. So after two years in Turkey, I'm preparing to head back to the US in about a month. As a parting gift, a very, very, very good friend of mine has offered to give me a carpet that his mother made. He has several carpets, kilims, and other woven knicknacks that she made and he wants me to have one. I am honored and touched by his generosity and would love to accept it, but I'm wondering if I need any paperwork to get it into the US. I've heard that taking things more than 100 years old out of the country is illegal...these carpets aren't that old, but how do I prove it when it is a gift like this? I assume that there must be some kind of paperwork/system that gets handled by carpet shops when you buy one there. Does anyone know? I don't want to get in trouble and I don't want to lose a precious family heirloom to customs. The one I'd be taking is the small 60x90cm size, if that matters. They're just made by his mom, as I said, so it's not like they're some super high quality, pricy piece of art...it's value is much more sentimental. Any thoughts? Do I need any paperwork? If I do, where/how can I get it done? Thanks guys!