Vietnamese and Turkish officials take a photo together (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Turkish Minister of Science, Industry and Technology Faruk Özlü has suggested Vietnam and his country enhance economic, trade and technology cooperation. Özlü made the suggestion during a recent meeting with Vietnamese Deputy Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Van Trung and deputy head of the National Assembly’s Law Committee Hoang Thanh Tung, who were on a working visit to Turkey to learn about building free economic zones and concentrated industrial parks (IPs). The Turkish official spent time introducing his Vietnamese guests to Turkey’s mechanisms for managing more than 300 concentrated IPs, coordination among the state, localities and enterprises in the work, and preferential policies for domestic and foreign firms to invest in IPs. He said he joined Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yilidirim’s official visit to Vietnam in 2017 and met with Turkish investors operating in the country. He hoped Turkish firms will soon open IPs in Vietnam in the future. In his meeting with the Vietnamese delegation, Turkish Deputy Minister of Economy Fatih Metin said his country welcomes Vietnamese firms to invest in 18 free economic zones in Turkey. He also called on the Vietnamese Government to continue supporting Turkish… Read full this story
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