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Sri Lanka’s CCC to organise a business presentation on Turkey in December

Sri Lanka’s CCC to organise a business presentation on Turkey in December

The Ceylon Chamber of Commerce (CCC) of Sri Lanka in association with the Embassy of Turkey in Sri Lanka has made arrangements to hold a presentation on “Turkey – Your Next Destination for Business,” followed by a networking session at the CCC on the evening of December 2nd.
On the invitation of Tunca Özçuhadar, Ambassador for Turkey in Sri Lanka, a Senior Officer from the Ministry of Trade Turkey will be visiting Sri Lanka as the resource person of the above event.
Coverage of the presentations includes Turkey market: overview, challenges, opportunities, entry strategies, business etiquette in turkey: do’s and don’ts, import regulations, import requirements and documentation: labeling/marking requirements, conformity compliance (ce mark), commercial invoice, certificate of origin, bill of lading/airway bill, proforma invoices, health certification, importation of precious metals/stones, tourism and turkey – trade agreements.
According to reports, the presentation will also provide detailed information regarding export items/services sectors from Turkey such as construction materials such as ceramic tiles and bathroom accessories, pharmaceutical and medical products, generators, fabric, zips, buttons, textile machinery, solar panel contactors and collectors, furniture, food items (sunflower oil, confectionery, biscuits), ship/yacht building in cooperation, jewellery design and jewellery mounts.

OSL take:

The organising of a business forum by the CCC to promote doing business with Turkey is indicative of the need of Sri Lanka’s businesses to expand business operations with other countries. It is also indicative of the strength and growth of Sri Lanka’s private sector. Sri Lanka’s geographical positioning in the Indian Ocean, the ease of doing business environment in the country and the many trade agreements as well as trade concessions enjoyed by the country have made it an attractive business destination in the South Asian region. Given the strength and growth of the country’s private sector, foreign businesses/investors could explore business/investment opportunities in Sri Lanka. Also, foreign businesses could look at possibilities of forming partnerships with local companies and expand the businesses to other countries.

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