Greek-Turkish Chamber to promote Greek, Turkish, U.S. business cooperation at ‘Money Show’

The Greek-Turkish Chamber of Commerce is organizing a one-day conference on April 8 to showcase the possibilities for joint business ventures as part of the “Money Show” in New York, on April 7-9.

The Chamber said in a statement it believes economic cooperation between the businesspeople of the three countries (Greece, Turkey and the United States) in the sectors of health tourism, trade, construction and food-beverages can increase the trade surplus of all three partners.

Greece could promote the export of cotton, textile products, alcoholic beverages (beer, wine, ouzo), precious stones, food (Protected Designation of Origin-PDO and Protected Geographical Indication-PGI), pharmaceutical products, frozen goods and dough, aluminum products, nuts, olives and olive oil.