The Turkmen-German business forum was held on Monday at the Humboldt Carre Berlin Congress Centre in Berlin, Germany, the official media reports.
Deputy Prime Minister for Trade Complex and Textile Industry, Batyr Atdaev, led a delegation representing Turkmenistan at the event.The delegation included representatives from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Turkmenistan, State institutions, Turkmen entrepreneurs, and several notable companies such as the Germany-Eastern Committee of the German Economy, Deutsche Bank AG, Commerzbank AG, Bank GPB International SA, AKA-Ausfuhrkreditgesellschaft GmbH, Akcenta de GmbH, Allianz SE, CLAAS Members of Global Sales GmbH, WILO SE, BMW, Daimler Truck AG, Siemens Healthcare GmbH, Bayer AG, and ATLAS International GmbH.
According to the report, the Turkmen-German business forum was essential for strengthening relations between the two countries.
The organisers arranged several meetings within the business forum with the heads of the Eastern Committee of the German Economy, world-famous German companies, and central banking and financial institutions.
During the forum, the priorities of Turkmenistan's foreign economic strategy were identified, including the development of mutually beneficial cooperation with leading financial and banking institutions of foreign countries, the study of best practices in introducing digital technologies, electronic banking and other priorities in this area.