MUSIADMüstakil Isadamlari Dernegi (Independent Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association, Turkey)
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In light of the historical background between Turkey and Syria, it is surely no coincidence that a Syrian-born businessman like Ghazwan al-Masri should assume important duties in MUSIAD and-starting in the spring of 2011- should organize the Muslim Brotherhood to overthrow the Assad regime.
According to the head of the MUSIAD Baku office, measures taken in Azerbaijan for strengthening the economy are leading to investments being made in various spheres in the country, not only by local entrepreneurs, but by foreign businessmen as well.
The Qatari Businessmen Association (QBA) has entered into a pact with the Association of Independent Businessmen and Industrialists of Turkey (MUSIAD) as part of broader steps to promote trade and investment co-operation between the two countries.
Ibrahim Uyar, Head of MUSIAD's organisational structure abroad, said that new representation offices will be launched in Zambia, Tanzania, Ghana and Ethiopia soon.
MUSIAD is an independent association of Turkish industrialists and businessmen that represents 46000 enterprises with 11,000 members in Turkey and abroad.
DAVUTOy[currency]LU MUSIAD: Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoy-lu will attend the gala program of 15th ME[pounds sterling]SyAD International Fair, which is being held at YeE-ilkE[micro]y Wow Hotel.
Dubai: The MUSIAD, a Turkish Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association, recently met with the Saud Salim Al Mazroui, Director of Hamiryah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) and Sharjah Airport Free Zone (SAIF Zone).
Their aim is setting up contacts with Macedonian companies of diverse sectors and seeking out partners, said Halit inci, President of MUSIAD.
Indeed, we learn from Ayse Bugra that in MUSIAD publications, "the rules set out by the prophet himself to guide the exchange activity in the Medina market are often discussed as rules which clearly define a competitive system with minimum state intervention and regulation.
(41) For example, Turkish businessmen, under the Independent Industrialists and Businessmen's Association (MUSIAD), have provided financial support to the Muslim Brotherhood.