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Israel-Turkey inch closer in trade, culture

While Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan continues to slam Israel, commercial and cultural ties show signs of growth.
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An 18-day virtual trade mission organized by the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce and Turkey’s Mediterranean Aquatic and Animal Products Exporters Association is coming to an end. The session began on Oct. 7 with the chamber's first virtual conference on promoting Israeli-Turkish commercial relations, focusing on the food and beverage sector.

"In general, but these days especially, we believe in thinking outside of the box to open as many new markets as possible, nationally and internationally. We must promote commerce, cooperation and business opportunities vis-à-vis our many friends, who — like us — are facing challenging coronavirus times," the Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce announced on Facebook.

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