World Bulletin / News Desk
Chairman of the Polish-Turkish Chamber of Commerce, Marek Nowakowski said they aimed to increase trade volume between the two countries to $10 billion in 5 years.
Nowakowski told Anadolu Agency that bilateral relations between Turkey and Poland should be not only based on trade but also on investment.
Turkish-Poland Business Council aim to bring business people from the two countries together to develop bilateral trade and investment relations, to inform them about market and business opportunities and help firms find right partners, he said.
Turkish-Polish Chamber of Commerce was founded in order to develop and enhance bilateral economic cooperation between both countries’ business circles.
Poland is currently Turkey’s one of the largest trading partner among the EU member states.
Poland was Turkey’s 21st largest goods export market and largest supplier of goods imports in 2012.
Turkish goods exports to Poland were $1.85 billion and goods imports from Poland totaled $3,05 billion in 2012.Güncelleme Tarihi: 23 Ağustos 2013, 14:02