(ECO) ISTANBUL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE HOPES FOR A DEAL WITH IMF.
Murat Yalcintas, chairman of the chamber, said Friday, "I hope that a deal would be reached with IMF. But if it is not reached, it is not the end of the world. We will continue our way with or without IMF."
Yalcintas held a press conference in Bishkek on the chamber's talks in Kyrgyzstan on Friday.
ITO executives informed Kyrgyz officials on Turkish businessmen's problems in competing with China, he said.
Freight charges should be reduced between Turkey and Turkic republics, Yalcintas said. "There is a railway project for the region and it should be speeded up by contributions of all regional countries," he said.
Yalcintas said Kyrgyzstan had a great potential, and the chamber's representatives were visiting this country to improve the investment atmosphere between the two countries.
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|Publication:||Anadolu (Eskisehir, Turkey)|
|Date:||Oct 2, 2009|
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