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Turkey's KALIDA textile committee visits Morocco
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Feb '14
Mr. Kece (L); Mr. Omar (R)/KALIDA
Mr. Kece (L); Mr. Omar (R)/KALIDA
A delegation of businessmen from the Kahramanmaras Leading Businessmen’s Association (KALIDA) Textile Committee of the Turkish province of Kahramanmaras, recently visited the Moroccan city of Casablanca in order to discuss bilateral trade relations between the two countries, especially in the textile sector.
 
According to a statement issued by KALIDA, representatives of around 100 textile firms from Kahramanmaras met with Moroccan textile entrepreneurs in order to establish business contacts and further trade relations.
 
Mahir Kece, secretary general of KALIDA, said the five-day business trip was organized in order to explore the neglected Moroccan market which has huge opportunities for Kahramanmaras’ textile manufacturers.
 
The Moroccan city of Casablanca has the logistics, infrastructure and resources for producing textile products and Turkish entrepreneurs who wish to enter the market would benefit if they try to set up production centers in the city, he added.
 
During the business meet, textile entrepreneurs from Kahramanmaras also got the opportunity to interact with the Casablanca Chamber of Commerce president Mohammed Omar who welcomed the initiative of extending bilateral trade relations in the sector stating that both the countries have extreme potential to grow in the textile sector.
 

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