Turkish-Slovenian Business Council set to meet on July 15

DEIK said Slovenia, a key distribution center for central Europe, could serve as an important logistic base for Turkish exporters.

Turkish-Slovenian Business Council set to meet on July 15

Turkish-Slovenian Business Council is set to be held in Ljubljana on July 15.

A press release issued by the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) said the Council meeting would be held on the sidelines of Turkish President Abdullah Gul's upcoming visit to Slovenia between July 14 and 16.

DEIK said Slovenia, a key distribution center for central Europe, could serve as an important logistic base for Turkish exporters.

It said Slovenia managed to increase its foreign trade with Turkey ten folds in the last decade from USD 86 million in 1999 to USD 844 million in 2009.

President Gul as well as DEIK Chairman Rifat Hisarciklioglu accompanied by 30 businessmen from Turkey will attend the business council.


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