Turkey: Country's Thick Glass Ceiling Slowly Cracking?

There are 5 comments on the EurasiaNet story from Mar 8, 2013, titled Turkey: Country's Thick Glass Ceiling Slowly Cracking?. In it, EurasiaNet reports that:

Seeing as its International Women's Day today, Hurriyet Daily News economics columnist Emre Deliveli uses the occasion to remind readers that the labor force participation rate for women in Turkey is a woeful 29.5 percent .

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sacma

Portland, OR

#1 Mar 9, 2013
Sacmalama.
Positive

Australia

#2 Mar 12, 2013
Patience is a virtue. Turkey is on the right track. 10 yrs ago people did not even know anything about turkey aboard. Now they are discussing issue about Turkey. It's ll good. Turks will get there as their economy keeps growing as it is for the last five years. Only second to china in the world. Also not everything needs to be judged and measured by one standard in the world. All countries are different as long as collectively the country is heading in the right direction.

Since: Dec 11

Hatay, Turkey

#3 Mar 12, 2013
Positive wrote:
Patience is a virtue. Turkey is on the right track. 10 yrs ago people did not even know anything about turkey aboard. Now they are discussing issue about Turkey. It's ll good. Turks will get there as their economy keeps growing as it is for the last five years. Only second to china in the world. Also not everything needs to be judged and measured by one standard in the world. All countries are different as long as collectively the country is heading in the right direction.
Really?At this age ,with this brain?You are a clown.
http://www.aydinlikgazete.com/guendem/19727-b...

Since: Dec 11

Hatay, Turkey

#4 Mar 12, 2013
Positive wrote:
Patience is a virtue. Turkey is on the right track. 10 yrs ago people did not even know anything about turkey aboard. Now they are discussing issue about Turkey. It's ll good. Turks will get there as their economy keeps growing as it is for the last five years. Only second to china in the world. Also not everything needs to be judged and measured by one standard in the world. All countries are different as long as collectively the country is heading in the right direction.
You are a clown oglu clown:
http://www.aydinlikgazete.com/mansetler/19921...
Wunderbar

Chelmsford, MA

#5 Mar 12, 2013
Positive wrote:
Patience is a virtue. Turkey is on the right track. 10 yrs ago people did not even know anything about turkey aboard. Now they are discussing issue about Turkey. It's ll good. Turks will get there as their economy keeps growing as it is for the last five years. Only second to china in the world. Also not everything needs to be judged and measured by one standard in the world. All countries are different as long as collectively the country is heading in the right direction.
Perfectly stated

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