Croatian IT, Food, Construction Companies Interested in Business with Turks

Lauren Simmonds

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As Poslovni Dnevnik/Marija Brnic writes, the fact that Turkey is an increasingly important economic partner for Croatia has been well and truly confirmed by the data which shows that more than 700 companies are participating in the latest cycle of B2B talks that are being held with Turkey as part of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce’s Go Global – Go Virtual project. The talks will run until October the 29th, 2021, and so far 543 companies from Croatia and 161 from Turkey have been involved.

The structure of interested companies that are looking for partners for cooperation is interesting, because the largest number, every seventh, comes from the Croatian IT sector, food and beverage production, and the construction sector, in which companies from the two countries have been cooperating.

About 60 companies come from the production of machinery and equipment, and the metal industry. About 50 companies dealing with automation and robotics, as well as electronics, are also discussing cooperation, but all other production sectors, as well as services, from consulting to tourism, are also quite strongly represented.

There are slightly less than 29 domestic enterprises interested in cooperation in the field of waste and recycling, and this interest is interesting because over more recent years this activity has raised Croatian exports to Turkey to absolute record levels.

This year, more precisely in the first seven months of it, exports almost reached the total realisation from last year, which was also a record export year on the Turkish market, in which a total of 183 million euros worth of goods were placed even in the conditions of the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic.

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