Turkish and Serbian businessmen gathered together at a business meeting organized by the Turkish-Serbian Economic Association hosted by Halkbank.
Capital BelgradeTurkish and Serbian businessmen who met at the meeting in Serbia And Türkiye It aims to contribute to increasing the volume of trade between
Fatih Karaca, President of the Turkish-Serbian Economic Association, stated that they act as a bridge between the two countries as an association and said, “Our goal is to increase mutual investment. At the same time, support our businessmen with accurate and useful information.” He said.
Referring to the increase in trade between the two countries, Karaca said, “There has been a great demand in Serbia recently, especially in the fields of construction and the automobile industry. Our textile companies have been here for a long time. Halkbank has also been successfully performing its duties.” He said.
Karaca explained that he hopes that the target trade volume between the two countries of $5 billion will be reached as soon as possible, and that the association will continue its work.
The meeting was also attended by Aziz Arslan, General Manager of Halkbank Serbia.
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