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Kuwait, Turkey Discuss Investment
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Kuwait, Turkey Discuss Investment

Chief Executive Officer at Kuwait Finance House (KFH), Mazin Saad Al-Nahedh and Turkish Minister of Finance, Mehmet Simsek held a meeting on the sideline of the Turkish-Arab Economic Forum, AMEinfo reported. They discussed investment opportunities and the economic developments in the region. Simsek affirmed, during the meeting that was attended by KFH-Turkey CEO Ufuk Uyan, the key role KFH plays in Turkish economic growth. He applauded the future positive outlook of the bank in light of obtaining the license to operate sharia-compliant bank in Germany. This reinforces Turkish-German relations, serves the Turkish nationals in Germany and renders sharia compliant financial products and services that open new horizons for Islamic banking in Europe.

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