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Turkish businessmen from Torbali interested to invest in Macedonia

16. November 2011. | 10:29

Source: MIA

Construction, agriculture, textile and chemical industry are sectors in which Turkish businessmen from Torbali are interested to invest in Macedonia. They are also interested to invest in tourism and health care sectors.

Construction, agriculture, textile and chemical industry are sectors in which Turkish businessmen from Torbali are interested to invest in Macedonia. They are also interested to invest in tourism and health care sectors.

Their representatives Tuesday visited Macedonia aimed at introducing with opportunities for investments. They acquainted and realised direct contracts with Macedonian companies from regional chambers in Prilep and Strumica at the business forum, which was held at the Macedonian Economic Chamber.

- Trade exchange does not reflect the potential of the two countries. Our goal is to work on increase of overall foreign trade exchange, Behçet Çinar, chairman of managing board of Torbali Chamber of Commerce said.

Macedonian businessmen hope that such business forums and direct contacts among businessmen will give results and will strengthen the cooperation.

- We are very happy that Turkish businessmen are quite often our guests and consider investing in Macedonia. Lately, investments are on the rise and have tendency to increase, Mahmud Ruzdi from regional chamber in Ohrid, said.

Turkish Embassy Trade Counsellor Şenol Türkyilmaz is an optimist and hopes that this year the overall foreign trade exchange will reach US$ 400 million compared to last year when it amounted US$ 320 million.

- Commercial relations are developing at a fast pace. Turkish companies are aware of Macedonia's geographic position and know that if they invest in Macedonia their access to European markets will be shortened and simplified, Türkyilmaz said.


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