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Macedonian - Turkish Business Forum

22. June 2011. | 11:40

Source: MIA

Macedonian - Turkish Business Forum will be held Wednesday in Skopje organised by the Economic Chamber of Macedonia.

Macedonian - Turkish Business Forum will be held Wednesday in Skopje organised by the Economic Chamber of Macedonia.

Forty Turkish businessmen will participate at the forum aimed at establishing bilateral business relations with Macedonian companies in several economic sectors.

The greatest interest for business cooperation is expected in the sphere of food industry, construction, tourism and transport, ICT sector, media and electro industry, Economic Chamber said in a press release.

A group of forty Turkish businessmen, Turkish Industrialists and Business Association (TUSIAB) during their visit to Macedonia will be introduced with opportunities for investment in the country and potentials for doing business in several sectors.


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