DEIK

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DEIKDis Ekonomik Iliskiler Kurulu (Foreign Economic Relations Board; Turkey)
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8220;At this year's WMT & GMC, DEIK would like to showcase Turkey's potential as a regional and global health services provider and facilitate collaborations between its members and US entities, not only in terms of patient care but also for know-how sharing, educational affiliations, exchange programs and technology,” said Dr.
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.
In this period, DEIK was kept relatively at a distance by the government and was often denied access to the state actors.
In contrast with DEIK, TUSKON is a purely private-sector initiative, and whereas its field of activities is not limited to foreign economic relations, this organization has a special emphasis on external trade and investment.
Despite similarities in their goals and activities, DEIK and TUSKON have two major differences.
Both DEIK and TUSKON perform these duties, through two different mechanisms: (1) Large scale international business events; and (2) participation in state leaders' official visits to other countries.
Iran Ekonomisi ve Turkiye Iliskileri," DEIK, (July 2003), www.
Data from DEIK, "Suriye ile Ticari Iliskiler Isiniyor," NTV, June 15, 2001; "Turkiye-Suriye Ticari Iliskileri Isiniyor," NTV, June 20, 2001; and Istanbul Ticaret Odasi, Suriye Ulke Etudu (Istanbul: Istanbul Trade Chamber, 2000).
Consultant to Chief Minister thanked the Turkish investment promotion agency DEIK and Pakistani Embassy in Turkey to support Pakistan businessmen in their corporate endeavours in Turkey and arranging meetings with Turkish trade firms.
A statement by DEIK Executive Board Chairperson Rona Yircali said that liberation of visa procedure between Turkey and Russia should be a model for European countries.
Speaking at a press conference to introduce the Health Tourism Business Council (SAIK) established within DEIK, Hisarciklioglu said that Turkey could provide health services to 500,000 foreign nationals in the year 2020 and earn 10 billion USD.
The Turkish-Slovenian Business Forum is organized by Turkey's Foreign Economic Relations Council, DEIK.