FNCCI signs deal with its counterparts from Turkey, Georgia to bolster economic relations
The Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) signed two different agreements with the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey and the Georgian Chambers of Commerce and Industry.
FNCCI president Suraj Vaidya signed two different agreements with Turkey’s Union of Chambers president Rona Yircali and Georgian Chambers of Commerce president Jemal Inaishvilla amidst the 26th annual conference of Confederation of Asia-Pacific Chambers of Commerce and Industry (CACCI) that kicked off here in the capital from Wednesday.
As per the deals, both the parties have agreed to boost economic and trade relationship between Nepal and the two countries. Similarly, FNCCI and the Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges of Turkey have also agreed to form separate Trade Council in a bid to promote investment between the two countries.
On the occasion, Vaidya said that the agreements for the mutual cooperation to boost trade relations between the countries will be a milestone for Nepal’s economic development.
Saying that Nepal has been putting its utmost effort to boost economy, Vaidya also acquainted his counterparts about the Nepal Investment Year 2012/13. Vaidya also urged them to help promote Nepal in Asia-Pacific region.
Similarly, Yircali also informed that the delegation has been visiting Nepal time and again to bolster economic and trade relations.
Turkey is interested in tourism sector of Nepal, said Yircali, expressing commitment to start direct flight between the two nations.
Saying that the mutual agreement to boost economic and trade relations is historical, Inaishvilla pledged to implement the deal which will also ease them to make strategy on mutual cooperation ahead. nepalnews.com