To this end, he said, the Turkish government is trying hard to put in place the necessary legal arrangements and tax exemptions and make available the necessary resources for a number of development projects in information technologies.
Ertogan made this statement in Istanbul last Sunday in the course of a meeting with Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates, who was visiting Turkey. Gates said that Microsoft would continue to invest in Turkey, a country which, he added, “has a bright future.”
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