DEIK

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DEIKDis Ekonomik Iliskiler Kurulu (Foreign Economic Relations Board; Turkey)
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The head of Turkish delegation said that DEIK extends cooperation to other countries through the business councils working in 127 countries and is eager to introduce the Turkish business community in Pakistan.
Istanbul - Le president du Conseil d'affaires Turquie-Maroc, au sein du Conseil turc des relations economiques exterieures (DEIK), M.
To this end, the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEiK) and the Economic Chamber of Macedonia organized a forum Thursday to promote economic cooperation with Azerbaijan, Georgia, Kuwait and Egypt.
A statement by the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK) said on Tuesday that the business forum organized by DEIK and the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey (TOBB) would take place in Ciragan Palace on Thursday.
West Palm Beach, FL, October 13, 2011 --(PR.com)-- The Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) was established as the "Turkish private sector's gateway to international arena" in 1988 for the specific purpose of establishing, promoting, and strengthening the Turkish private sector's economic relationships with international businesses and organizations.
TAF'11 is organized by Al-Iktissad Wal-Aamal Group and the Turkish ministry of Finance, in cooperation with the Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK) and the council of Arab League.
The delegation will include representatives of around 80 companies who are members of the Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK).
During the 1990s, DEIK retained its monopoly as the sole private sector organization actively playing a role in Turkey's foreign economic policies, and this role was shaped by both international and domestic factors then influencing the Turkish economy.
Hosted by Turkish Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK), the summit brought together businessmen from 22 countries that were a part of the ancient Silk Road: Turkey, Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, China, Georgia, Iran, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, Mongolia, Uzbekistan, Russian Federation, Turkmenistan, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), Macedonia, Moldova, Romania and Ukraine.Meetings between the businessmen, speeches and discussions on new projects in the region took place at the summit intended to revive the old Silk Road.According to Kursad Tuzmen, Bishkek began playing an important role in foreign trade, in particular in terms of export of natural stones and agricultural production.
Following the Joint Economic Commission meeting, the Foreign Economic Relations Council (DEIK) started working on the establishment of common business councils with Syria.