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Serbia-Turkey: the 3rd business forum in Belgrade

12. March 2012. | 09:47

Source: ANSAmed

The Belgrade Chamber of Commerce and the Serbian International Trade Association (SITA) will organise the 3rd Serbia-Turkey Forum in Belgrade on Monday, the Chamber announced.

The Belgrade Chamber of Commerce and the Serbian International Trade Association (SITA) will organise the 3rd Serbia-Turkey Forum in Belgrade on Monday, the Chamber announced.

The Turkish delegation will comprise 34 businessmen engaged in the building, textile, foodstuffs, metal, machinery and chemistry industry, as well as in furniture manufacturing, editing, IT and telecommunications.

One of the organisers, just like last year, will be the Regional Chamber of Commerce in Kraljevo (central Serbia).

Also attending will be representatives of the Marmara Business Life Associations Federation (MARIFED), which comprises 31 business associations and their 9,650 businessmen, and members of the Federation of Anatolian Businessmen (ANFED), which gathers together 5,822 businessmen from 24 business associations.

The two business federations are members of the 50,000-member Confederation of Business.


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