World Bulletin / News Desk
Kuwait hopes to attract more Turkish investors, based on its good experiences to date, a visiting Kuwaiti state minister said Thursday.
The comments of Commerce and Industry Minister Khaled Nasser Abdullah Al-Roudan came during a high-level meeting in Istanbul to evaluate potential cooperation between two countries, hosted by Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK).
"Turkey is the world's 17th-largest economy. We appreciate and congratulate your success while wishing to see Turkey among the top 10 economies as soon as possible," Al-Roudan said.
He said there is a great business potential between Turkey and Kuwait, which is planning to make more than $20 billion in investment in the coming years, particularly in the areas of infrastructure, superstructure, and real estate.
"Increasing the number of Turkish investors in Kuwait is one of our prior targets, because we are very pleased with your operations, technology, and workers," he said.
Al-Roudan stated that Turkish products compete well with and sometimes eclipse European goods.
"Turkey is a country that has quality human resources, outstanding capabilities, and high-class products," he added.Güncelleme Tarihi: 22 Haziran 2017, 17:52