BUSINESS DELEGATION FROM TURKEY

EMJanuary 20, 20202min283
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Turkish business delegation made up of representatives of the IT Company DT Group (DT Technology Group) and led by MP of the Republic of Turkey Mr. Shahin Hussein, a personal envoy of President Erdogan, met with Nis City Mayor Darko Bulatovic and his associates and the representatives of the Regional Chamber of Commerce, Businessmen Club Naisus, the City of Nis Economic Council and the Office for Local Economic Development and Projects. The guests from Turkey were presented the economic potentials and development plans of Nis as a place suitable for investors, which based its economic progress on favorable geographical position, developed transport infrastructure, airport, long industrial tradition, the University and a network of vocational high schools that guarantees skilled and educated labor. Mayor Bulatovic pointed out that in the past years, a strong link between the business community and local self-government was established in Nis and that all potential investors could count on the assistance and support from local self-government in the realization of their business plans, and on a sincere partnership, which has already resulted in decreasing the number of unemployed in Nis. The guests from Turkey expressed special interest in the Science and Technology Park, since DT Technology Company was working closely with a number of global IT companies and has expressed a desire for cooperation with partners from the IT sector of Nis, but also for the opening of a development center, which, as it was said, would become one of the first tenants of the new center of Nis science and technology. After this initial meeting, it was agreed that City of Nis Office for Local Economic Development and Projects and Science Technological Park would continue discussions with their Turkish counterparts, which would also result in joint business projects.