Indias Aditya plans to increase investments in Turkey to USD 1bn.

By bne IntelliNews June 25, 2012
Ilker Ayci, head of the Prime Ministrys investment support and promoting agency, announced that the Indian company Aditya plans an additional USD 500mn investment to increase its investments in Turkey to USD 1bn. Earlier this year, Aditya decided to establish a fibre production plant in the city of Adana with a USD 510mn investment. Additional USD 500mn investment will go to this plant, Ayci said.

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