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Business people to meet in Izmir

Business people to meet in Izmir
Turkish-German business people to meet in Izmir. Turkish and German business people will come together in Izmir to discuss trade and economic relations between the two countries on April 21.

Turkish-German business people to meet in Izmir

Turkish-German business people to meet in Izmir. Turkish and German business people will come together in Izmir to discuss trade and economic relations between the two countries on April 21. The TATSO conference that will take place for the first time in Turkey will be hosted by the Aegean Region of Chamber and Industry (EBSO). TATSO President Rainhardt Freiherr Von Leoprechting, TATSO members, representatives of 92 chambers in Turkey and Germany and stock exchange representatives would attend to the meeting. On the other hand, the Minister of Industry and Commerce Ali Coskun and Turkish Union of Chambers and Commodities Exchanges (TOBB) President Rifat Hisarc?kl?o?lu are also expected to attend to the meeting. Talking at the meeting, Von Leoprechting said that as German investors, they would support Izmir fully for EXPO candidacy. -- VOB goes for a record with foreign investors' increasing demand Forward Transactions and Options Exchange (VOB) General Manager Hamdi Ba?c? stated that VOB, which began operating in Izmir in 2005, has ranked 36th in the world in terms of growth. Underlining the VOB's YTL 310 million daily transaction volume of March, Ba?c? pointed out that the total volume of the first three months of the year was seven times more than the last year's. Ba?c?, stressing the growing number of investors, stated that the 12,000 investors in the beginning of 2007 reached 15,000 with a monthly addition of approximately a thousand investors. Emphasizing that transaction volume in the stock exchange, established to cover the companies' risk management need, grows fast, Ba?c? said that foreign transactions were increasing due to rising liquidity, pointing out the growing foreign interest. “The transaction volume increases owing to liquidity. In time new investors were lured in. Being reluctant at the very first years of VOB, foreign investors seem willing now with a share of 60 percent. Foreign investors are aware of the advantages of forward transactions. The volume will increase when local investors acquire in this mindset. With rapid growth in 2006 we have ranked 36th in 2006 in transaction volume being the fastest developing stock exchange in the world. It is a great success to be ranked among the first 50, though being very young in forward transactions and options exchange. The data shows that we can be among the first 10 if we can keep the same progress,” said Ba?c?. -- ?zmir, a key in Turkish-Romania relations

Turkish-Romanian relations will greet different activities to be held in April through May in ?zmir. Romanian Union of Chambers will get in touch in ?zmir to advance economic relationships. In the honor of Romania's 50th year of EU candidacy the history of the two countries relations will be the topic of the symposium and exhibition which are to be organized in the Dokuz Eylül University Campus. Metropolitan Municipality and Köstence Municipality will also sign a sister-city protocol. Romanian Ambassador Mircea Neata, during his visit to Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Aziz Kocao?lu, indicated that ?zmir has an important role in the development of the two countries' relations: Neata stated that Minister Assistant of Romanian Foreign Affairs would also contribute in the symposium to be held on May 3. Mayor Kocao?lu also said that historians would examine Turkish-Romanian relations in the symposium to be held in Dokuz Eylül University Campus. “From April 18 on through May 3, there will be an active program in respect of the Turkish-Romanian relations in ?zmir. We are going to give support by every means as municipality. We hope to contribute in the development of the relations of the two countries,” added Kocao?lu. -- Kocaoglu spoke at the World Mayors Summit

Izmir Mayor Aziz Kocaoglu, attending the fourth World Mayors Summit, spoke on a topic titled Global Cities: Models of Multicultural Perception. At the summit, which has been held in Paris, Athens, Moscow and now Istanbul, organized by the World Global and City Diplomacy Institute Cooperation governors, mayors from different cities in the world, diplomats, and nongovernmental organizations came together. Addressing the summit, Kocao?le, referring to Izmir, said that universal values forming basic rights and freedoms find a ground in societies where different cultures lives together: “The tradition of tolerance in Izmir can be a good example to help us to replace peace reconciliation of differences with violence, intolerance and conflict embracing world metropolis.”

-- EU treats baldness with photo-therapy Phototherapy (a kind of radiotherapy) practiced by Ege University Faculty of Medicine Dermatology Major Branch prevents hair loss, according to the written statement of the university on Thursday. Explaining that two kinds of rays are used in phototherapy, Ege University Faculty of Medicine Dermatology Major Branch Lecturer Can Ceylan said in the statement: “Some group of patients receives therapy with the ray we call ultraviolet A. These patients use Psovaleren, which increases their sensitivity to light. Two hours later they receive the rays in a special chamber. This treatment is repeated two-three times a week. The same method can be used for psoriasis patients. If positive responses are received, we can continue for some more time. On the other hand ultraviolet B is again applied in special cabins yet this time the patients do not have to use any medicines for the light to be received. While the rays can be applied to the body as a whole, the local application is also possible. By this method, the cells that cause baldness are destroyed and the hair is stimulated.” Stating that baldness can have many different reasons, Ceylan said: “Hormonal factors, stress, wrong choice of cosmetics are among them. Among men baldness due to hormonal factors in young ages is more widespread. Among women baldness usually appears due to pregnancy and menopause. Again in childhood local baldness can be observed. Psychological support is an important part of the therapies applied to the children.”

-- Switzerland fully supports Izmir's EXPO aspiration

Switzerland Istanbul Consul General Andrea Brohy said that they are going to give support by all means for EXPO 2015 to be held in ?zmir, visiting ?zmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Aziz Kocao?lu in his office. Consul General Brohy stated; “In 2005, 5 percent of Switzerland's population visited Turkey. This number dropped to 150-160,000 last year. We have to set ?zmir tourism in motion.”Visiting Mayor Kocao?lu with Swiss Honorary Consul U?ur Yüce, Consul General Brohy said that they would give every necessary assistance and advice for ?zmir to be preferred rather than Milano and made comments on ?zmir's EXPO candidacy. Underlining that EXPO 2015 is an important and comprehensive organization, emphasized that they were aware of how vital EXPO is for ?zmir. ”We wish ?zmir luck and we are for the EXPO to be held in ?zmir. We are ready to give every means of support ad to cover every possible demand of Mayor Aziz Kocao?lu. Old Mercury Hotel is to be opened by Mövenpick, which is 100 percent Swiss. Efes Hotel is also becoming Swisshotel. It will bring Swiss culture, experience and knowledge, not with its reputation and state of belonging perhaps but with its administration. It will also help to attract Swiss tourists attention. In 2005, 320 thousand Swiss tourists visited Turkey. It is important for us that ?zmir tourism gain momentum,” said Brohy. ?zmir Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Aziz Kocao?lu, giving information to Brohy about ?zmir's and environs' historical and cultural assets, said that ?zmir is a very convenient city for investments which has a big potential with its thermal power, sea, sun, fair services and historical treasures. Kocaoglu gave a silver model of Clock Tower, symbolizing ?zmir, to Brohy as a present.

-- World's children met in ?zmir The children coming 13 countries for April 23 Sovereignty and Children Day which is the only children festival in the world to Izmir visited ?zmir Metropolitan Mayor Aziz Kocao?lu. The children enlivened the atmosphere with their colorful local clothes during their visit. The children coming from 13 countries contributed in the cortege, organized within the wide range of activities of 15th Kar??yaka Children's Festival. Emphasizing the importance of 23 April Children's Day, Mayor Kocao?lu said; “We should show respect and pay gratitude to the only leader in the world to gift children a festival, the great leader Mustafa Kemal, who declared the establishment day of Turkish Assembly as a festival devoted to the children”. Kocao?lu gave some gifts to the children who came ?zmir through 18-25 April to participate in Kar??yaka Children's Festival. Kocao?lu stated that 130 trainers came ?zmir apart from the 320 students. The participating students gave some local gifts to Mayor Kocao?lu. -- The Target is First Three in Ship Construction Izmir Chamber of Shipping Chairman Geza Dologh said that the shipyards in Turkey having in the gold age aiming to be a brand in ship construction. Dologh added that they had a big settled in the market of container ship construction to mega yachts. Indicating that Turkey is located in a strategic area on the cruising road, Dologh said that: “For this reason, we have a great potential about ship care and repair. Turkish shipyards have today become a brand in ship construction. Another reason why Turkish shipyards are preferred is the concept of being loyal to the delivery time. The subjects like defining new shipyard areas and providing the sufficient support for the shipyards, which have great contributions in our country's economy, should be made clear as soon as possible.” Owing to the growing number of the shipyards, Turkey has advanced to the 8th rank in ship construction. The goal of the year 2013 is defined as the first three. Indicating that the capacity of the shipyards where an annual amount of 560 thousand tones of steel is processed, are full till 2010, Dologh said, “Turkey is pointed at yacht construction.” Izmir with its shipyards has the most important share in the country's shipyard market. According to the data obtained by Ship Construction Industrialists Union and Chamber of Shipping, the number of shipyards that was 32 in 2002, has increased to 62 in 2007. After the constructions of the shipyards are finished the number of the shipyards will be 123. When the shipyards work with full capacity, Turkey will reach to a production capacity of 6 million dwt, which will help Turkey to become the 3rd biggest ship construction country in the world. It is stated that in numbers the international orders received have reached to $3.1 billion. -- Teknopark to be establish in Urla

Izmir Metropolitan Mayor Aziz Kocaoglu stated that a Teknopark would be constructed with the

High Technology Institute in Urla. During the visit from Ireland Ambassador Anthony Mannix, Kocaoglu said that the groundwork for the 200-acre Technopark would begin in the coming

days. Stating that they could cooperate with Ireland to make progress in communications, and that they invited Irish investors to make cooperative business together, Kocaoglu pointed out that the area of Izmir is ideal for a Technopark because of its sun, sea, and history. Mannix also stated that the amount of Irish tourists was very low 10 years ago, however, this year the Irish tourist amount reached about 100 thousand. Mannix said that approximately 3 thousand 200 Irish own property in Turkey, also adding that he was very happy to be in Izmir. -- Turkey's only whale with teeth skeleton in Izmir

Ege University (EU) Nature History Museum, the only university ranged natural history museum in Turkey, hosts Turkey's only whale with teeth skeleton. “The whale skeleton of 12 meters, beached 30 years ago, was put together in the museum after a year of studies” said EÜ Nature History Museum Manager Dr. Tanju Kaya. Kaya stated that the whale skeleton, beached on the delta of Ceyhan river, was harmed to some extend because of the curiosity of some people: “Some bones were lost. But, the lost bones were completed appropriate to the original form. We achieved to put the skeleton together after long studies.” Kaya added that there were 4 whale skeletons in Turkey and all of them, apart from theirs, were not whale with teeth.

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