35 Turkish companies called on Saudi businessmen and investors yesterday to set up small and medium-sized companies and enterprises in Turkey to boost the trade exchange between the two countries.
This comes within the framework of the Turkish participation in an exhibition in the main lobby of the Chamber of Commerce in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
The latest products of Turkish companies were presented to investors and businessmen, including industrial, food, energy, machinery, information technology, advertising and livestock. The main industries were marble, interior decoration, spare parts, hospital equipment and elevators.
The exhibition is also aiming to provide investment opportunities for investors and businessmen in light of the wide investment horizons set by the Kingdom's Vision 2030, making Saudi markets one of the most attractive international markets attracting investors by enhancing cooperation with regional and international markets.
In a speech, the senior consultant of the Agency for the support and encouragement of investment attached to the Prime Minister of Turkey, " Mustafa Göksu," that investment in his country is growing steadily, pointing out that Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Arab countries have increased their investments in Turkey, especially after the adopting a number of regulations and laws that help to invest in many sectors within Turkey.
He added that Turkey deliberately aimed at the companies that were present at the exhibition from the center of Anatolia and explained that they offer competitive prices to attract the Saudi market, indicating that Turkey is targeting small and medium enterprises to establish partnerships to promote trade cooperation.