Two-man Turkish Business Delegation Pays Courtesy On Commerce Minister

The two-man Turkish delegation at the meeting
The two-man Turkish delegation at the meeting
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The Minister of Commerce and Industry, Professor Wilson K. Tarpeh, has assured the international community, mainly business partners of  Liberia’s readiness for a business  sector that will help transform the lives of Liberians, taking the value added approach into consideration.

Professor Tarpeh said the CDC led-government, headed by President George Manneh Weah is committed to creating the necessary environment that is attractive in nature.
The Commerce and Industry Minister of Liberia was however quick to mention that his Country was now looking forward to new innovations that are critical to helping to revamp the Liberian economy.

The Liberian Chief Trade Negotiator made specific reference to manufacturing economy, which according to him plays a pivotal role in   improving the economy of Liberia.
The Commerce and Industry Minister made the observation when he met with a two man Turkish business delegation at his office in Monrovia on Tuesday, May 12, 2019.
Minister Tarpeh told the two-member Turkish business delegation that Liberia has a President who so dearly believes in doing everything constructively possible to improve the lives of  his citizens.

He also encouraged the Turkish businessmen to equally liaise with the National Investment Commission of Liberia as part of its ongoing plans to do business in the Country.

Professor Tarpeh hailed Liberian businessman, Fomba Trawally, President of the National Toiletries Incorporated for encouraging the two-man Turkish business team to pay a courtesy call on him.

Minister Tarpeh described Mr. Trawally as an experienced Liberian entrepreneur.

Speaking earlier, the two men, Kaynarca Askin,Ertekin Akin, said they were in Liberia to see how best they can consider extending their chain supply in the Country.

The two-man Turkish business delegation described Liberia as their possible entrant for investment in the West African Sub-region.  

The group, among other things is involved in the production of toiletries in many regions of the world and said it remains strong about doing business in Liberia.

Jacob N.B. Parley
Communications Director