Chadbourne Parke LLP

Amid a struggling US economy rife with political dissonance, a European sovereign debt crisis and Asian markets often closed to foreigners, a stable country of 70 million in the process of a full-scale deregulation of its energy markets–without restrictions on foreign investors–sounds almost like a fantasy.

But Turkey is that country, sitting at the crossroads between some of the most energy-rich countries in the world and some of the most energy-hungry. As international investor dollars get allocated in the region, uncertainty about the eventual outcome of the Arab spring has left Turkey as a standout target for foreign money. Keep reading →