A delegation from the All Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (TUMSIAD) is in Macedonia to hold a series of talks with Macedonian business circles.
The 40-member delegation led by TUMSIAD President Hasan Sert, first met members of the Union of Macedonian Chambers of Commerce in Skopje.
Cooperation and partnership opportunities in the sectors of foodstuff, construction, tourism, transportation, media, energy and technology were high on agenda of the meeting.
TUMSIAD President Sert and Union of Macedonian Chambers of Commerce Chairperson Elizabeta Georgieva told reporters after the meeting that talks were very productive.
The delegation will also hold talks with members of Macedonia-Turkey Chamber of Commerce and Association of Businessmen from Gostivar.
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