- Saturday, August 30, 2014 1:28 PM
Skopje, 30 August 2014 (MIA) - Representatives of 40 companies from the Macedonian Chambers of Commerce supported by the Agency for Foreign Investments are participating at the 83rd Izmir International Fair taking place August 29 to September 7.
Delegation led by the President of the Macedonian Chambers of Commerce Daniela Arsovska, is consisted of businessmen from several sectors - construction, agrobusiness, transportation, tourism, consulting, freight forwarding and textile production. They will meet businessmen from different countries and will acquaint with presidents and executive managers of largest companies in Turkey and in the world.
We have realised meetings which will result with export of Macedonian companies on Turkish market. We also started negotiations for joint investments by Turkish companies in Macedonia in agro sector, food and textile industry. In the following days we plan to sign memorandums of cooperation with leading business organisations in Turkey, Arsovska said. sk/13:23
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