US-based Energy Allied International considers major investment in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews April 20, 2012
Economy minister Zafer Caglayan said that he had a meeting with officials from US-based Energy Allied International and the energy company was considering USD 2bn worth investment in the Turkish city of Manisa. There will be further talks with Allied International Energy on the companys plans in May, Caglayan asserted. Caglayan has been in the US for some time, holding talks with major US companies. Earlier this week the minister said that Pepsi, GE, 3M, K-Clark, Quest Diagnostics, Blackberry and Chrysler planned investments in Turkey.

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