Monday 22, September 2008 by

Disclosure gains stall at Turkish companies, says report

Expectations of continuing improvements in transparency and disclosure at Turkish companies have largely evaporated over the past 12 months, says a research report by Standard & Poor's. Titled “Turkish Transparency and Disclosure Survey 2008: A Year Of Little Or No Progress,” the report reveals that firms in Turkey have little appetite for improving their disclosure practices above current levels and beyond that required by regulation.

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