Turkish Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan will visit France between November 19 and 21.
His ministry stated on Sunday that Caglayan would meet CEOs of leading investor companies on November 20, and explain the investment opportunities as well as the new incentive system in Turkey.
Following his meeting with French Foreign Trade Minister Nicole Bricq, Caglayan will attend the third term meeting of France-Turkey Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) where Turkish-French commercial and economic relations will be discussed. Caglayan and Bricq will sign a JETCO protocol.
On November 21, Caglayan will attend a fair in Paris, and then return to Turkey.
Highest trade volume between Turkey and France was recorded in 2011 with 16 billion USD. Turkey's export to France was 4.54 billion USD and import from France was 6.4 billion USD in the first nine months of 2012.
35 Turkish companies have investments in France worth of nearly one billion USD.