Overall third of the Virtual Trade Mission program, the world's and South Asia's largest economy will be held for India, it will be introduced to Turkey's agricultural and food products importer of Indian companies.
Instead of the General Trade Delegation Programs, which cannot be physically realized due to the new type of coronavirus (Kovid-19) measures, virtual qualified General Trade Delegation programs are launched under the leadership of the Ministry with the instruction of Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan. Accordingly, the first program was organized in May for Uzbekistan and Kenya.
The third of the Virtual General Trade Delegation programs will be held for India on June 15-19.
The program includes nuts and products, cereals, pulses, oilseeds and products, dried fruits and products, fruit and vegetable products, aquaculture and animal products, ornamental plants and products, tobacco, olive and olive oil, fast food products and non-food products, agriculture. It will bring together 21 exporters from 63 product groups, including machinery, cold storage and air conditioning.
first as the Ministry of Commerce under the program and Turkey Exporters Assembly (TIM) officials, Turkey's Ambassador of New Delhi and Commercial Counselor and exporter firms to do video conferencing with the participation, then again in virtual environments bilateral company meetings will be held.
It carries great potential for exports to Turkey
India, the second largest populated country in the world, has a stable and fast growing market with close to 300 million consumers. It is largely dependent on the climate of the agricultural production in India, and population characteristics because of agriculture, food and non-food fast moving consumer goods, agricultural machinery, cold storage and air-conditioning sectors, great potential for Turkey's exports.
Virtual trade mission program, the discovery of this potential and would be an important contribution to Turkey's exports in this period of declining volume of international trade is considered.
South Korea, Nigeria and Pakistan are next
A program covering various sectors, particularly plastic and metal kitchenware, glass and ceramic household items, home / bathroom products and home textiles, for South Korea, which is among the target countries determined by the Ministry after the Indian trade delegation, on June 22-23. It will be held.
The programs will continue on July 13-17 with Nigeria in a wide area, especially cement, iron-steel, glass, ceramics, earthenware and energy.
Pakistan Virtual General Trade Delegation program, on the 20th and 24th of July, has a wide range of machinery and accessories, steel, air conditioning, automotive and spare parts, cement, glass, ceramic and earth products, iron and non-ferrous products, electrical, electronic and medical. will be made with a range of products.
Programs are planned to continue with Germany and Colombia in August.