Thursday, December 10, 2020

Turkey, Italy eyeing $30 bln trade volume - AA

Turkey, Italy eyeing $30 bln trade volume

Turkey and Italy are aiming to reach a bilateral trade volume of $30 billion from the current $20 billion, the Turkish trade minister said on Dec. 10.

Italy is an important trader partner serving as the third-largest export destination for Turkish goods and is the fourth-largest importer for the country, said Ruhsar Pekcan at the Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) meeting.

Turkey also sees Italy as a strategic partner in mutual investments, she added.

Noting that Turkey has a young and highly qualified population, she said the country is advancing in the fields of innovation, value addition and design.

"This means joint investment, business and trade opportunities in many sectors for Italian and Turkish companies," she added.

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