The Qatar Business Women Association (QBWA) has signed an agreement with the Turkey-based Industrialist Businesswomen and Businessmen's Confederation (Sankon), said commercial counsellor Burak Guresci as part of efforts to enhance Qatar-Turkey economic relations.
On the sidelines of this agreement , negotiations are ongoing for the staging of trade fairs and exhibitions in Qatar on Turkish textile and home textile goods. The exhibition aims to introduce new Turkish industries to Qatar.
Guresci said that the agreement signed by QBWA vice chairperson Aisha Alfardan and Sankon general president Nezaket Emine Atasoy aims to enhance business relationships between the two organisations and to promote trade and investment opportunities between Qatari and Turkish businesswomen.
They want to bring more Turkish industries to Qatar. Aside from textiles, Turkey is also an active player in Qatar's services and construction sector. Next week, 62 Turkish companies are participating in Project Qatar 2017.
The trade volume between the two countriesâ€™ slightly dropped to less than 1bn in 2016 but they expect trade volume to be over 1bn this year.
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