World Giants to talk investment in Turkey

The 8th Meeting of Council of Investment Consultancy to be held on October 31, in Istanbul and chaired by Turkish PM Erdogan with the participation of CEOs of 17 world giant companies whose endorsements hit 572 billion dollars and recruitment hits 1.4 million people.

World Giants to talk investment in Turkey

World Bulletin/News Desk

CEOs of 17 world giant companies whose endorsements hit 572 billion dollars and recruitment hit 1.4 million people will meet in Istanbul on October 31 within the context of the 8th Meeting of Council of Investment Consultancy to be chaired by Turkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

In a statement released by the Ministry of Economy, it was stated that the 8th Meeting of Council of Investment Consultancy will be held in Istanbul Dolmabahce Prime Ministry Office and chaired by PM Erdogan.

The statement underlined that the Meeting of Council of Investment Consultancy is held annually to contribute to the image of Turkey in international investments and improvement of investment environment in Turkey.

It was also reported that the World Bank which participated in all previous meetings and have significant contribution to the improvement of investment in Turkey will be represented by World Bank Chairman Jim Yong Kim.

17 multinationals from 10 countries 12 different sectors with 572 billion dollars endorsement and 1.4 million recruitment will participate in the meeting.

World Bank, Air Liquide (France), Alstom (France), European Investment Fund, Burgan Bank Group (Kuwait), Citigroup (USA), Eldorado Gold Corporation (Canada), Energy Allied International (USA), E.ON SE (Germany), Hitachi Ltd. (Japan), Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (China), Khazanah Nasional Berhad (Malaysia), Medtronic (USA), Nesma Holding Co. Ltd.(Saudi Arabia), Sumitomo Rubber Ind. Ltd. (Japan), Thyssenkrupp AG (Germany), VINCI (France)  besides Turkish economic civil society representatives such as TIM, YASED, TUSIAD, and TOBB will attend the meeting.

Last Mod: 26 Ekim 2013, 12:02
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