Turkish finance minister meets representatives of top US firms

Nureddin Nebati, the Turkish treasury and finance minister, met senior representatives of leading American companies in Washington.

Nebati and his delegation shared “information about the economic outlook of Turkiye and the country’s investment potential in detail,” the minister said in a tweet early on Wednesday.

The meeting was organized by the US Chamber of Commerce on the sidelines of a G20 event in the US capital.

In a separate tweet, Nebati said discussions in the G20 Emerging Market Economies meeting focused on “the economic effects of geopolitical shocks, high commodity, food and energy prices as well as global financial conditions.”

“We emphasized the importance of joint efforts and global cooperation against vulnerabilities,” he said.

“We reiterated the suggestion of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to form a working group within the G20 for a systematic perspective on migration and forced displacement,” he added.

Source: Anadolu Agency