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TÜSİAD Statement on Snap Elections in Turkey

The Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) called on authorities to ensure that early elections are secure, free and fair, in accordance with the rule of law and fundamental freedoms. Read more

TÜSİAD Delegation in Washington for Talks

The President of the Board of Directors of the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSIAD) Cansen Basaran-Symes will lead a delegation of TUSIAD members to Washington on April 12-14. The TUSIAD delegation will hold talks on U.S. – Turkey political and economic ties. Read more

TUSIAD President Haluk Dinçer’s Remarks at the B20 Launch Meeting

 

The B20 Turkey Launch Meeting was held in Istanbul on December 15, bringing the global and Turkish business communities together.  TUSIAD President Haluk Dinçer, in his remarks, stressed that the B20 platform is a significant opportunity for business leaders to influence global decision-makers in order to maintain a global agenda that is favorable to international business and trade. Read more

Business Priorities for Turkey’s G20 Presidency in 2015

Turkey assumes the G20 Presidency in 2015 and will chair and host the B20. In that context, the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSIAD) initiated a global study to define the private sector’s priorities for the recommendations that will be produced during Turkey’s Presidency, with special focus on the increasing role of emerging markets and G20 in the world economy. Read more

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TUSIAD President Haluk Dincer Makes Statement on Turkey’s Role in TTIP Negotiations

TÜSİAD President Haluk Dinçer speaks during a press conference.  AA Photo
AA Photo

The Turkish Industry and Business Association (TUSIAD) President Haluk Dincer warned that the eventual integration of the American and European economies would harm Turkey’s economy by providing the U.S. “asymmetrical” access to Turkish markets.  Therefore, “Turkey must definitely become a part of the ongoing TTIP negotiations [with the U.S. Read more