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Turkish delegates in talks to boost trade with Sharjah.

Saud Salim Al-Mazrouei, director of Hamiryah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) and Sharjah Airport Free Zone (SAIF Zone), discussing bilateral trade cooperation with Ali Aly Avci, assistant commercial attache of consulate general of the Republic of Turkey; Serdar F Kumbaraci, commercial attache of Consulate General of the Republic of Turkey in Dubai and Gazi Misirli, presidential representative ofMUSIADat HFZA headquarters.

DUBAI: ARAB NEWS

A delegation of Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association (MUSIAD) from Turkey held a meeting with Saud Salim Al Mazrouei, director of Hamiryah Free Zone Authority (HFZA) and Sharjah Airport Free Zone (SAIF Zone), at the HFZA headquarters.

The delegation comprised Serdar F Kumbaraci, commercial attache of consulate general of the Republic of Turkey in Dubai; Aly Avci, assistant commercial attache of consulate general of the Republic of Turkey in Dubai and Gazi Misirli, presidential representative ofMUSIAD.

Saud Salim Al-Mazrouei, Ali Al Jarwan, sales and marketing manager and Abdul Aziz Dawood, senior sales executive of HFZA, received the delegation.

Al-Mazrouei, who discussed the bilateral trade cooperation between HFZA and Turkish companies, also invitedMUSIAD, which contributes 15 percent to Turkey's GDP, to utilize the logistic advantages of the free zones and expand to the region.

"We are happy to cooperate withMUSIAD through Consulate General of Turkey in the UAE," Al-Mazrouei added.

Serdar F Kumbaraci assured their cooperation and support for HFZA and SAIF Zone in the future.

"HFZA has been dealing with several Turkish companies for many years and both of our zones have a keen interest in investors from Turkey," said Al-Mazrouei.

MUSIAD is a non-governmental, non-profit and voluntary-based businessmen's association with 5,500 members who represent over 15,000 companies," added Al-Mazrouei.

Established in 1990,MUSIADhas 33 branch-offices all over Turkey with 113 allied contact points in 46 countries.

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Date:Sep 23, 2014
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