According to the co-chairman, Turkey has been actively investing in Belarus. Turkish investors make use of preferences of the Belarusian economic zones. “They see the potential of the EAEU. They see the opportunities Belarus has due to its geopolitical location,” he added.
Major export items were butter, whole milk powder, cheese and curd, and also eggs. We hope that this forum will help us expand the range of export, the volume of deliveries and establish new ties with business partners in Turkey, Aleksei Bogdanov said.
Last year Belarus' High-Technologies Park (HTP) posted a record high export of $1.025 billion, up 25% over 2016. The total output amounted to Br2.153 billion (over $1.08 billion), a 20% increase as against 2016.
The Hi-Tech Park exports to the USA some 45% of the goods and services it makes. The USA is the major consumer of IT technologies. The second largest importer is the EU: Germany, the UK, Ireland, and Switzerland, Alexander Martinkevich noted.