U.S-Turkey relations, in a special moment, says U.S. Assistant Secretary of State
Assistant Secretary Fernandez traveled to Ankara from May 22-24, leading a U.S. delegation to the 10th U.S.–Turkey Economic Partnership Commission (EPC) meeting. The EPC serves to advance the United States strong and growing economic partnership with Turkey on entrepreneurship, innovation, intellectual property rights, trade, and investment. Read more
White House Fact Sheet: U.S.-Turkey Partnership
The White House released the “U.S.-Turkey Partnership” fact sheet on May 16 with Prime Minister Erdogan’s Washington visit. Below you can find the full text (see also “U.S.-Turkey Economic Partnership“).
Fact Sheet: U.S.-Turkey Partnership
The United States and Turkey share a strong partnership and friendship, rooted in common values and strategic interests, and reinforced by the enduring links between the people of both countries. Read more
White House Fact Sheets: U.S.-Turkey Economic Partnership
The White House released the “U.S.-Turkey Economic Partnership” fact sheet on May 16 with Prime Minister Erdogan’s Washington visit. Below you can find the full text (see also”U.S.-Turkey Partnership“):
Fact Sheet: U.S.-Turkey Economic Partnership
In April 2009, President Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan agreed to elevate U.S.-Turkish bilateral economic relations to a strategic level commensurate with our historically close political-military ties. Read more
Why Turkey Belongs to Transatlantic Economy
This article first appeared in The Hill, on March 12, 2013. Read the original version here.
By: Bahadir Kaleagasi, TUSIAD International Coordinator & Representative to the EU; Baris Ornarli, TUSIAD Washington Representative
At the President’s Export Council meeting on Tuesday, President Barack Obama reiterated the importance of achieving a U.S.–EU free trade agreement. Read more
Appointments to U.S.-Turkey Business Council Announced by Obama Trade Official during Trade Mission
The following is the December 3, 2012 press release by International Trade Administration, Department of Commerce.
ANKARA, TURKEY – Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco Sánchez today announced the new U.S. private sector members of the U.S.-Turkey Business Council in Ankara. Read more