Amazon may have already started to serve its Turkish customers via its German website, but it seems the company has more to offer for the country.
Para Magazine reported on Monday that the company run by Jeff Bezos set up an office in Istanbul, and that the staff has already started working and making negotiations with the authorities about the framework of their plans.
The office of the giant's Turkey affiliate, the "Amazon Turkey Management and Support Services, Ltd," is in Beşiktaş, the very center of 15-million strong Istanbul. The controlling shareholder of the company is the Luxembourg-based Amazon Europe Core S.à r.l, which means the office will be dependent on its European affiliate.
The company's plans include acquisitions in Turkey, and setting up a Turkey team with new employees.