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<p>We regret U.S. President Joe Biden’s use of the term genocide on the anniversary of the 1915 deportation of Armenians in the Ottoman Empire and the tragic events that followed. We believe that historical events should be evaluated by historians and researchers, and, more importantly, addressed by dialogue between societies, not through political statements. </p> <p>The General Assembly of the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) convened in Istanbul this week and re-elected the Board of Directors. Simone Kaslowski was re-elected President of TÜSİAD.</p> <p>Turkey’s decision to withdraw from the Istanbul Convention, or the “Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence,” encourages a twisted mindset which fosters violence against women.</p> <p>The President of the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) Simone Kaslowski delivered opening remarks at the High Advisory Council meeting, which convened online on December 3rd.</p> <p>TÜSİAD President Simone Kaslowski was interviewed by Dünya newspaper on September 4 2020, where he discussed recent developments in the Turkish economy and what needed to be done to accelerate growth and create jobs in an uncertain environment.</p>

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The Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) was established in 1971 as a non-governmental, non-profit entrepreneur organization which represents a significant part of the Turkish economy. Member companies account for half of private sector national income, 85% of Turkey's total foreign trade volume (excluding energy), 50% of total private sector employment, and more than 80% of total corporate taxes. TÜSİAD promotes principles of participatory democracy, a competitive market economy, environmental sustainability, and universal freedoms and human rights. TÜSİAD is a member of the B20 coalition and BusinessEurope, with a strong international network of six representative offices around the world: Washington, D.C., Brussels, Paris, Berlin, London, and Beijing. TÜSİAD's Washington Representative Office opened in 1998, focusing on U.S. - Turkey relations within the framework of TÜSİAD's mission and values.

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