Turkish State Minister & Deputy Premier Ali Babacan will attend Davos Summit in Switzerland.
The 41st annual meeting of World Economic Forum, or Davos Summit, will take place in Davos town between January 26 and 30.
Nearly 2,500 participants as well as more than 1,400 businessmen, who are influential in global level, will be present at the meeting.
Also, a total of 35 heads of state & government, 19 of whom are from G-20, will participate in the summit.
This year's theme in the Davos Summit will be "Shared Norms for the New Reality".
The new formation, which is shaped by developing countries and G-20 in the new global order, is defined as "new reality", while "shared norms" aim to set up common rules for cooperation opportunities in the new global order.
Babacan will attend several panel discussions and make bilateral meetings.
Also, Turkish Central Bank Governor Durmus Yilmaz is expected to attend the summit.
High-level officials from Turkey's Dogus Holding, Sabanci Holding and Koc Holding as well as many Turkish businessmen will be in Davos too.