THE TURKISH BUSINESS WORLD HAS LEFT ITS MARK ON KUWAIT

Under the chairmanship of the President of the Turkish Republic, Abdullah Gül and the participation of the Minister of Economy, Nihat Zeybekçi, a committee of businessmen attended the visit to Kuwait as an official invitee of the Ruler of Kuwait, Sheikh El Sabah.The visit, in which many agreements were made between the two countries, was organized by the Turkish Exporters Assembly with the participation of many businessmen.


On april 1-3,2014, under the chairmanship of the President of the Turkish Republic, Mr. Abdullah Gül and the participation of the Minister of Economy, Mr. Nihat Zeybekçi, a committee of businessmen attended the visit to Kuwait as an official invitee of the Ruler of Kuwait, Sheikh El Sabah. Turkey is ranked 18th in Kuwait's imports and is looking to receive a bigger share of Kuwait's imports total of $ 19 billion. The Chairman of TIM (Turkish Exporters Assembly),Mehmet Büyükekşi, mentioned in his speech at the Turkey  Kuwait Business Forum that he is very ambitious about strengthening connections with Kuwaiti businessmen adding,"Within this concept, I believe that the business forum will be quite beneficial for both countries”. In the previous year, Turkey exported a total of $334 million to Kuwait and the trade volume of these two countries increased to $625 million.The visit, in which many agreements were made between the two countries,was organized by the Turkish Exporters Assembly with the participation of many businessmen.Eighty businessmen,including the Chairman and members of the Exporters' Union, and many Chairmen and members of Non-Governmental Organizations, as well as 60 company representatives, attended the aforementioned Trade Committee Program,and a Business Forum was organized on Thursday, April 2, 2014, in Sheraton Kuwait Hotel with the participation of our President. When the Business Forum was completed, a Business Dinner was organized for Turkish and Kuwaiti companies and the trade activities between the two countries were negotiated.

 

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