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This web site is the official site of ANTS ULUSLARARASI BAGIMSIZ MUSAVIRLIK  A.Ş. (ANTS Inc), an architectural and engineering design and consultancy company, registered in Ankara, Turkey.
The terms of use of the information content displayed at the site and the Company's privacy policy are stated on two documents that can be accessed from the main page. It should be noted that any unintentional ommission of acknowledgment for any material in the site content will be corrected as soon as a verifiable notice is received from a rightful claimant.
Chief systems administrator
Contributor to website development and deployment

Operational inquiries in English or Turkish should be
addressed directly to
Part-time website contributor
Computer Technology and
Information Systems Department
Bilkent University, Ankara
Hasan H. OZSUT
Part-time website contributor
Business Computing
Computing Department
University of Bradford, UK
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