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Hi All,I'm italian and since some months living in Turkey, in Istanbul.

I'm an IT consultant, specialized in Business Intelligence, Web Development and in Retail/Petrol processes (from Erp to Pos).

In Italy I have my tax position and so that I could issue invoices on regular basis.

I'd like to supply my services also in Turkey, you must consider that at the moment i don't have residential permit, I'm just a 'turist'.

I have some points that I'd like to clarify, before start doing anything here:- Can I supply services to turkish companies issuing invoices from Italy (let's say from EU), if yes, do I need special work permit for this? or my current status (turist) could be enough and legal?- Is it possible for foreigners to open a tax position, in order to work as freelance, in Turkey? Do you suggest it? Do I need a work permit for this?- Is there any other form to open a small company here that won't require turkish partners and possibly easy to close in case of need?

Thanks very much to you all for your help!!

Marco

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i think probably your best bet is to contact the Istanbul Chamber of Commerce. I have put a link in for you below. Although the website is in Turkish when the link opens at the top of the page there is a "language" tab if you click on that you can view in either English or German.

Hope that helps :)http://www.google.com.tr/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=istanbul%20chamber%20of%20commerce&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CB8QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.ito.org.tr%2F&ei=3kX4Tp6VO4e2hQea-ry_AQ&usg=AFQjCNH2f31ZUnPgjJ6CqoNCW6-TjYVv0w

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