On June 2-5, The American Turkish Council will host the 32nd Annual Conference on U.S.-Turkish Relations: Partnership, Trade, and Investment – The Time is Now. This year’s conference aims to provide attendees with in depth analysis delivered by expert panelists focusing major issues in the US and Turkish relationship including: the political landscape for Turkey and it’s region, defense & security affairs, energy issues, banking & finance, the European Union, infrastructure, agribusiness, education, and tourism. Powered by a rapidly growing economy and with a powerful presence in the heart of its region’s societal and political changes, Turkey, and its relationships with the United States, merit your attention and understanding.
2013 marks an important year for the Turkish economy. The Turkish bond and equity markets rank near the top of all emerging markets driven, in large part by, rebalancing, unprecedented domestic political stability, and at times by safe haven inflows from other regional markets. Over the last 9 years Turkey’s average annual real GDP growth rate has been 5.2 percent, and analysts expect these trends to continue in 2013. Panels at the 32nd Annual Conference on U.S.-Turkish Relations covering emerging markets, trade, agribusiness, and finance will help shed light on the domestic and international factors driving this projected growth.
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