Turkey, Slovenia agree to boost bilateral trade

Caglayan said current level of bilateral trade between Turkey and Slovenia did not represent the true potentials, adding that the two countries should diversify sectors in their business relations.

Turkey, Slovenia agree to boost bilateral trade

World Bulletin / News Desk 

Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan on Tuesday said Turkey and Slovenia had agreed to remove all obstacles against bilateral trade between the two countries.

Speaking in a Turkish-Slovenian Business Forum in Istanbul, Caglayan said current level of bilateral trade between Turkey and Slovenia did not represent the true potentials, adding that the two countries should diversify sectors in their business relations.

Caglayan said Turkey and Slovenia should also develop cooperation in third countries, adding that Turkey offered vast opportunities for Slovenian businesspeople with a newly introduced incentive package.

Caglayan said Turkey planned to invest $250 billion in energy and transportation projects within the next ten years, adding that Turkey aimed at increasing its exports to $500 billion by 2023.

The Turkish minister also said trade between Turkey and Slovenia increased eightfold in the last 9 years.

 

 

Güncelleme Tarihi: 10 Ekim 2012, 09:24
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