· More masks, less haggling: Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar welcomes few customers upon reopening →
Customers all wear masks and are allowed to handle the goods, and there is hand sanitiser and high-alcohol Turkish perfume called “colonia” widely available.
The China Post
· Businesses ramp up operations as nations prep for tourists →
— Turkish airlines resumed limited domestic flights, restaurants welcomed dine-in customers and beaches and museums reopened as Turkey’s broadest easing of coronavirus restrictions came into effect.
· Turkey reopens most public places after coronavirus lockdown →
Domestic flights also resumed between a limited number of cities as an intercity travel ban was lifted, with national carrier Turkish Airlines taking its first trip since early April.
The Wall Street Journal
· Zynga to Buy Turkish Mobile-Game Studio Peak for $1.8 Billion →
U.S. videogame company Zynga Inc. said Monday that it has reached an agreement to acquire Turkish mobile-game studio Peak for $1.8 billion.
· Zynga buys Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for $1.8 billion →
Zynga agreed to buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for $1.8 billion, split evenly between cash and stock.
· Agong receives phone call from Turkey’s president Erdogan →
KUALA LUMPUR, June 1 — The Yang di-Pertuan Agong Al-Sultan Abdullah Ri’ayatuddin Al-Mustafa Billah Shah today received a telephone call from Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the Istana Negara.
· Zynga to buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for US$1.8 billion →
Zynga Inc said on Monday it has agreed to buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for US$1.8 billion in a cash and stock transaction, in a deal that will help the FarmVille maker boost its daily active user base by 60per cent.
The China Post
· Turkey eases lockdown as restaurants reopen, flights resume →
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish Airlines resumed limited domestic flights, restaurants welcomed sit-in customers and beaches and museums reopened as Turkey’s broadest easing of coronavirus restrictions came into effect Monday.
· Zynga to buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for US$1.8 billion: Bloomberg News →
Zynga Inc has agreed to buy Turkish mobile-game maker Peak for US$1.8 billion, Bloomberg News reported on Monday, citing Chief Executive Officer Frank Gibeau.
· Turkey's restaurants, cafes and iconic Grand Bazaar reopen →
The national flag carrier Turkish Airlines said its first plane since the ban took off from Istanbul to the capital Ankara at 0700 GMT Monday.