An official with an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) committee visited Turkish Confederation of Employers' Unions (TISK) in Ankara on Monday.
Tadahiro Asami, the secretary general of the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) of the organization, met Bulent Pirler, the secretary general of TISK.
Speaking to AA correspondent prior to the meeting, Pirler said developments in Turkey and measures against economic crisis would be high on the agenda at the meeting.
He said Asami would give information to them about the policies BIAC carries out against crises.
Founded in 1962 as an independent organization, BIAC is the officially recognised
representative of the OECD business community. BIAC's members are the major business organisations in the 30 OECD member countries. Via its 32 standing committees and task forces, BIAC mirrors all economic policy issues the OECD covers, and their impacts on both member and an increasing number of non-member countries like Brazil, China, India and Russia.
BIAC's primary objectives are to positively influence the direction of OECD policy initiatives, ensure business and industry needs are adequately addressed in OECD policy decision instruments, provide members with timely information on OECD policies and their implications for business and industry.
Over the course of 2007, more than 2300 business representatives were actively involved in the work of the OECD through BIAC.
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