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Turkish companies hungry for European market | Money Talks

The world's biggest food show is taking place in Paris where more than 7,000 manufacturers are vying to get their goods picked-up by the world's top retailers. Turkish companies are among those that have turned-up in force, hoping to get a slice of the pie at this year's Global Food Marketplace. Oliver Whitfield-Miocic reports from SIAL Paris. #GlobalFoodMarketplace

UN says the world is not meeting climate change goals | Money Talks

UN says the world is not meeting climate change goals | Money Talks

Money Talks: AT&T drops deal to sell Huawei products

Money Talks: AT&T drops deal to sell Huawei products

Istanbul street food journey

Istanbul street food journey

China develops appetite for plant-based meat | Money Talks

China develops appetite for plant-based meat | Money Talks

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

US Secretary of State Blinken begins three-day Middle East Visit

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

Pakistani Taliban has claimed responsibility for suicide bombing

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

NATO chief urges Seoul boost military support for Ukraine

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Suicide bomber kills at least 44 people, injures dozens at mosque

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Stoltenberg visits South Korea amid global security concerns

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Tunisia votes in second round of parliamentary elections

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Seven people killed in occupied East Jerusalem on Friday

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

Run-off turnout of 11.3% one of lowest in Tunisia's history

Ticket costs keep Iran's cinemas bare

Ticket costs keep Iran's cinemas bare

'Unite India' march draws to an end

'Unite India' march draws to an end

Netanyahu says govt to issue more civilian gun permits

Netanyahu says govt to issue more civilian gun permits

Plastic, metal and waste material accumulate in the Drina River

Plastic, metal and waste material accumulate in the Drina River

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