Danish State Visit to Turkey in October 2016 has been postponed - awaiting new dates

From the 18th to the 20th of October 2016, Her Majesty the Queen of Denmark will visit Turkey. On this occasion, the organising team behind the business delegation are pleased to invite Danish companies to join the official business delegation to Turkey.

This is the full joint program for all sectors. The trade promotion will have both joint activities and seperate sector-specific activities. We are currently working on site visits and side activities.

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Here, you will soon find a list of companies that have confirmed participation, as well as the official company brochure, which will be published ahead of the visit.

If you are not already on the list, you may sign up and log in in a few easy steps.

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Information about travel, hotel and logistics offered to the Business Delegation could be accesed from here.

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Information for the press could be seen here.

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Here you may find information about Denmark.

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Here you can find information about Turkey

 

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The following sectors both hold very specific business opportunities for Danish companies active in the Turkish market. Being a part of this export promotion programme will enhance the chances for Danish companies to increase their high level network, gain further understanding of the country, and meet with other business and network with the relevant company representatives.
 
  • Cleantech
  • Healthcare
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With a population approaching 80 million, Turkey’s energy consumption based on primary energy resources is continuously increasing. More than 75% of energy consumption in the country is met by imports. This creates a huge burden on the economy. Therefore, it is critical for Turkey to meet the country’s energy demand by using domestic non-renewable and renewable resources, which is a central part of government policy.

 

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Turkey’s healthcare sector has grown in line with an increase in purchasing power parity, which is a result of positive economic developments in the country in the past decade.

The average age increased from 28 in 2007 to 31 in 2015, indicating that the population is starting to age and that healthcare spending will increase as a result. Nevertheless, half the population are still younger than 35 years of age, which is a positive parameter in terms of healthcare sector funding.

 

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