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Turkey offers Pakistan market access to Europe

LAHORE: Turkey can provide huge opportunities to Pakistani exporters to market their products including handmade furniture in European markets in collaboration with Turkish companies, said Turkish businessman Ahmet.

Ahmet led a Turkish furniture producers’ delegation that visited on Monday the three-day 6th Interiors Pakistan exhibition held at the Expo Centre, which was organised by the Pakistan Furniture Council (PFC).

The members of the delegation also visited stalls installed by more than 100 leading producers and interior designers and praised their handmade and solid furniture products.

Talking to media, Ahmet said Turkey was exporting 65% of its textiles and vegetables to Europe and could also streamline exports from Pakistan to Europe via Turkey as Turkish firms were well-established and well-connected with the buyers of these markets.

Published in The Express Tribune, November 29th, 2016.
 
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Jugger

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As Turkey is turning more towards the Arabs, the Europeans are the closing the door from behind, now how will Turkey open new routes for other countries when its own route will be closed soon.
On top of this EU is facing the migrant crisis from middle east. They will not open their doors for muslim countries.
Be ready for very strict immigration and business policies.
 

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As Turkey is turning more towards the Arabs, the Europeans are the closing the door from behind, now how will Turkey open new routes for other countries when its own route will be closed soon.
On top of this EU is facing the migrant crisis from middle east. They will not open their doors for muslim countries.
Be ready for very strict immigration and business policies.
Stop believing in fairy tales and stop burning. Turkey can never be ignored by Europe. The EU understands the importance of Turkey which is basically its backdoor. If anything, the EU is desperate to negotiate a deal with Turkey. Turkey has the key and Pakistan is going to benefit massively. In turn, Pakistan will allow Turkey access to CPEC and other European nations will also take part who have already expressed their desire to reap the rewards of the multi billion Pakistan China JV. You are living on a different planet.
 

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Stop believing in fairy tales and stop burning. Turkey can never be ignored by Europe. The EU understands the importance of Turkey which is basically its backdoor. If anything, the EU is desperate to negotiate a deal with Turkey. Turkey has the key and Pakistan is going to benefit massively. In turn, Pakistan will allow Turkey access to CPEC and other European nations will also take part who have already expressed their desire to reap the rewards of the multi billion Pakistan China JV. You are living on a different planet.
Well then you dont know the ground realities, in every major democratic countries all right wingers are getting elected to the top office. Ever wonder why? thats because of terrorism.
Europe has seen what fundamental jihadis do.
Mark my words, the right wing party will win the upcoming French elections.
That first thing they will do is stop the flow of people from dangerous countries untill they can verify the individuals history.
They will close the doors and it will be very tough for Pakistan to get access without solving your current jihadi menace.
 

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iran should joins hands with pakistan for a rail link or a corridor linking gawadar to EUrope :D iranis should kick out indians and join hands with pakistan china is a big market for irani oil
 

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