Turkish and Romanian businesspeople are set to seek business opportunities in a meeting in Istanbul on Tuesday.
The Turkish-Romanian Business Forum, held by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Board, will also host Romanian President Traian Basescu, who pays a formal visit to Turkey.
Basescu is expected to deliver an opening speech at the forum meeting.
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