Dutch firms eye new investments in Türkiye

Hurriyet Daily News - The rapid expansion of the Turkish economy in recent years is attracting Dutch firms to investment opportunities in the country, according to the chairman of JAMAO Consulting. Chairman Ali Sarac said representatives of Dutch companies will launch a business trip to Istanbul and Ankara this week. The visit will include delegations from companies such as Deems, CLB, Iseco, Lamboo, Linido, Nucletron and Skytron from the healthcare and construction sectors.

Company executives will hold bilateral meetings with the Turkish Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Defense and also Turkish firms. “We are aiming to increase the trade volume between Türkiye and the Netherlands by organizing such business trips at least four times a year,” said Sarac, speaking to the Anatolia news agency. The Netherlands ranks among the top foreign investors in Türkiye in recent years, said Sarac. “The reason behind this is the shining performance of the Turkish economy,” he said.
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