ISPAT

AcronymDefinition
ISPATInvestment Support and Promotion Agency of Turkey
ISPATIodized Salt Program Assessment Tool
ISPATIsotopic Staphylococcal Protein A Test
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According to data released by ISPAT, the total amount of FDI that flowed to Turkey in 2012 was $13.
It also served to strengthen the productive partnership between the chamber and ISPAT and improve their services to their respective members.
Speaking of ISPAT s activities to promote Turkey s business and investment environment, Ayci said that the Agency was staging events and seminars all around the world.
Indian firm ISPAT International took over the plant near Cobh, Cork, and got pounds 30million from the Government, which British Steel claimed went against EU rules.
ISPAT is actively promoting Turkey s business environment and investment opportunities all across the world.
In the process of realizing large scale infrastructure projects in a number of sectors such as education, energy, construction, defense, healthcare, transportation and ICT, Turkey offers enormous opportunities for foreign investors with long-term plans , ISPAT President Ilker Ayci said at a press event following meetings with potential investors in Malaysia and Singapore.
Investment seminars such as this one helps prospective investors to reach a decision , Nakanishi said, highlighting ISPAT s intense efforts in promoting Turkey s investment environment in Japan and elsewhere.
Speaking of Agency's upcoming events, the ISPAT President said that a summit on the investment opportunities in Turkey's mining and finance sectors will be staged in the UK.
Announced by ISPAT President Ilker Ayci during a meeting with journalists, Recordati s new plant in the Cerkezkoy Organized Industrial Zone in Tekirdag province in northwestern Turkey will supply drugs for various therapeutic uses, in particular, cardiovascular and urogenital diseases, whilst creating 130 new jobs.
Speaking at the event, Arda Ermut, the Vice President of ISPAT, said that a large number of foreign companies, including those from Japan and the US, regarded cooperating with Turkish companies as a gateway to third countries and called on British multinationals to do the same.
Speaking of ISPAT s excellent reputation among similar agencies worldwide, Ayci said that the agency was a shining example of success and provided a model for countries that are looking to establish their own national investment promotion agencies.
It would appear that ISPAT has struggled with difficulties for a number of years but it seems to me that they were too eager to take the easy way out, leaving workers in the lurch.