Çetin Başaranhıncal, President of Çorum Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ÇTSO), said that they are ready for all kinds of cooperation with the Ankara Chamber of Industry (ASO) regarding the railway and defense industry and they expect ASO's support in this regard.
Chairman of the Board of Directors of ASO Nurettin Özdemir and members of the Assembly attended the June Assembly of the Çorum TSO. In the meeting, information was given about the economic structure of the businessman.
Reminding that the export figure of Çorum is approximately 300 million dollars considering the exports made from outside of Çorum, TSO President Çetin Başaranhıncal emphasized that Çorum has an eager structure in terms of opening up and growing abroad.
ASO President Nurettin Özdemir, who later came to the podium, talked about the historical process of the financial crisis in the world, and emphasized that a similar crisis happened in 1930 was happening now, and the only difference was that it did not trigger hot wars and started economic wars.
Saying that he has become a shining star in the region of Çorum, Özdemir stated that they found the Çorum OSB they visited sparkling, believed that Ankara 1st OSB was awarded as the cleanest OIZ, and that Çorum believed that it was worthy of this award.
Expressing that they received the cleanest OSB award by the Ministry, Özdemir said, “Çorum has the signature in this award. We sweep our OIZ with the modern tools of Erdemli Makine. ” He pointed to the development of Çorum industry.
"Turkey Arab Spring living in the country and has become the hope of Abu countries," said President Ozdemir, Turkey's as a shining star among the two regions that attracted the world's attention from a meeting in Germany of Turkey's investments be addressed first in the country to be made of He also expressed his pride.
Pointing out that the activation of the Samsun port is of great importance for Çorum and surrounding provinces, especially for Ankara, Özdemir added that he believes that Çorum is among the provinces that are open for railways and airports.
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