Asian company plans USD 200mn investment in Turkey.

By bne IntelliNews January 13, 2012
Head of the state investment agency, Ilker Ayci, said that a company from the Far East Asia region plans a major USD 200mn investment in Turkey, without naming the company. Ayci also said Indias Aditya, which already invested USD 510mn in a plant in the city of Adana, planned additional investments in the country. Ayci expects FDI inflows to be around at least USD 13bn this year.

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