African Businessmen Hold Talks In Turkish Cities

ESKISEHIR/KAYSERI/KAHRAMANMARAS/CORUM - African entrepreneurs, who arrived in Turkey to participate in the "Turkey-Africa Foreign Trade Bridge 2nd Meeting" organized by the Confederation of Turkish Businessmen and Industrialists (TUSKON), continue holding talks and seeking investment opportunities in several Anatolian provinces.

After attending the 3-day meeting held in Istanbul last week, Togolese businessmen paid a visit to central Anatolian city of Eskisehir.

The Togolese delegation which first held talks in the Organized Industrial Zone in the city, had a meeting with Eskisehir Mayor Yilmaz Buyukersen afterwards.

Moreover, another delegation comprising of 52 businessmen from Morocco and Kenya held meetings in central Anatolian province of Kayseri.

Moroccan and Kenyan entrepreneurs held bilateral talks at Kayseri's Organized Industrial Zone within the framework of their visit.

While the Kenyan delegation is expected to leave Kayseri later in the day, Moroccan businessmen will continue with their talks in the city till Wednesday.

Furthermore, an Algerian commercial delegation paid a visit to the southern province of Kahramanmaras.

Algerian businessmen indicated that Turkish textile products were both cheap and of good quality.

On the other hand, some other businessmen from Chad, visited several industrial institutions in central Anatolian city of Corum last Saturday.

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