TUSKON to gather 2,000 businessmen from all over world in İstanbul

Hundreds of businessmen from all around the world attended the opening ceremony of the Turkey-World Trade Bridge 2012 held by TUSKON in İstanbul on Tuesday. The event will start on Wednesday. (Photo: Today's Zaman, Hüseyin Sarı)
Hundreds of businessmen from all around the world attended the opening ceremony of the Turkey-World Trade Bridge 2012 held by TUSKON in İstanbul on Tuesday. The event will start on Wednesday. (Photo: Today's Zaman, Hüseyin Sarı)


Date posted: November 28, 2012

The Turkish Confederation of Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON) has organized another Turkey-World Trade Bridge summit, to be held in İstanbul starting Wednesday as nearly 2,000 businessmen from all around the world fly in to attend.

Turkish businessmen from a number of sectors, including textiles and machinery, among others, will engage in private meetings with their counterparts from the Balkans, the Americas, Asia, Africa and Asia-Pacific to sign business deals.

TUSKON President Rızanur Meral said nearly 26,000 foreign businessmen in addition to the 40,000 Turkish businessmen attended previous events organized by the business organization.

Source: Today’s Zaman  28 November 2012


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