The world's largest companies discusses investments in Turkey

The world's largest companies will begin to discuss investments in Turkey .. The meeting begins of Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan with 17 CEOs from the largest gigant companies from 10 countries in 12 sectors as participants. "Investment Dealers Call It " will take place today , 31 October in Istanbul. .
CEOs of the world's largest companies, which reaches 572 billion dollars and recruit 1.4 million people will attend the meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss investment opportunities in Turkey.
World Bank , will participate by being represented at the highest level with the President himself; JIM YONG KIM place.

The participating companies are: the World Bank, Air Liquide (France), Alstom (France), the European Investment Fund , Burgan Bank Group ( Kuwait) , Citigroup (U.S.), Eldorado Gold Corporation (Canada) , Energy Allied International (USA ) , E.ON SE (Germany) , Hitachi Ltd. (Japan), Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. (China), Khazanah Nasional Berhad (Malaysia), Medtronic (U.S.), Nesma Holding Co. Ltd. ( Saudi Arabia), Sumitomo Rubber Ind. Ltd. (Japan) , the ThyssenKrupp AG (Germany) , VINCI (France) as well as representatives from the Turkish economic civil companies, such as TIM , YASED , TUSIAD and TOBB .