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MUSIAD Expo aims to attract more investment to Turkey | Money Talks

Turkey is hosting more than 500 companies from almost 50 countries, particularly from Europe and the Far East, at this year's Musiad Expo. More than 100-thousand visitors will witness some of Turkey's latest innovations and technology. With a diverse range of sectors, from engine technology to the food industry, the expo wants to boost production, investment and trade. We spoke with the Chairman of Musiad, Abdurrahman Kaan. He says the organisation is targeting new opportunities for commercial co-operation between countries and businesses. #MUSIADExpo #TurkeyInvestment #TradePartnerships

Money Talks: Turkish and Qatari firms seek further co-operation at Expo Turkey 2018

Money Talks: Turkish and Qatari firms seek further co-operation at Expo Turkey 2018

Money Talks: Expo Turkey 2018 takes place in Doha

Money Talks: Expo Turkey 2018 takes place in Doha

Investors pledge $3B for businesses in Turkey | Money Talks

Investors pledge $3B for businesses in Turkey | Money Talks

IFC committed to Turkey, its second largest investment destination globally | Money Talks

IFC committed to Turkey, its second largest investment destination globally | Money Talks

General Motors launches  flying Cadillac concept | Money Talks

General Motors launches flying Cadillac concept | Money Talks

Germany's GDP contracted by 5% in 2020 | Money Talks

Germany's GDP contracted by 5% in 2020 | Money Talks

Organisation helps rehouse hundreds of displaced Syrians | Money Talks

Organisation helps rehouse hundreds of displaced Syrians | Money Talks

Trump becomes first US president to be impeached twice | Money Talks

Trump becomes first US president to be impeached twice | Money Talks

Biggest mafia trial in three decades begins in Italy | Money Talks

Biggest mafia trial in three decades begins in Italy | Money Talks

Users flock to rival platforms amid privacy concerns | Money Talks

Users flock to rival platforms amid privacy concerns | Money Talks

Non-profit project offers free courses to refugees in Paris | Money Talks

Non-profit project offers free courses to refugees in Paris | Money Talks

Egypt's tourism sector suffers amid COVID-19 restrictions | Money Talks

Egypt's tourism sector suffers amid COVID-19 restrictions | Money Talks

India's Supreme Court orders stay on new farm laws | Money Talks

India's Supreme Court orders stay on new farm laws | Money Talks

Firms cut ties with US president as Trump brand turns toxic | Money Talks

Firms cut ties with US president as Trump brand turns toxic | Money Talks

Refugees become tailors in Paris

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Demand for cosmetic surgery spikes amid pandemic | Money Talks

Demand for cosmetic surgery spikes amid pandemic | Money Talks

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