Economy

Turkey’s MUSIAD to open office in Indonesian capital

Including Jakarta, Independent Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association to have representation in 92 countries

15.01.2019
Turkey’s MUSIAD to open office in Indonesian capital

Ankara

By Mahmut Atanur

ISTANBUL

Turkey's Independent Industrialists' and Businessmen's Association (MUSIAD) will open an office in the Indonesian capital Jakarta, the group announced on Tuesday.

Ibrahim Uyar, the head of MUSIAD's foreign organization and development commission, told Anadolu Agency that the move aims to boost commercial ties between Turkey and Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim country.

Including the Jakarta office, MUSIAD will have had representation in 92 countries worldwide, Uyar said.

"With the branch in Indonesia, Indonesian businesspeople will have access to not only MUSIAD members in Turkey but also all around the globe, which will provide them with a comprehensible network in many fields," he added.

"It will also have an important impact on the exports of products jointly produced by two countries."

Uyar said as the trade volume between Turkey and Indonesia falls short of its potential, MUSIAD aims to boost it to $5 billion within three years.

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