Mexico and Turkey are two countries with a number of similarities. Both have economies with great potential, are blessed with strong geo-strategic positions – Turkey as the gateway to Europe and the Middle East, and Mexico as the bridge between North and Latin America – and have seen a substantial rise in their share of world trade in recent years.
In TXF, BNY Mellon Treasury Services’ Margaret Guevara – Head of Sales and Relationship Management for Mexico and Central America – and Cihat Takunyaci – Country Manager for Turkey – consider the mutual benefits for building stronger trade links between Mexico and Turkey. In particular, they discuss how the diversification of trading partners would be a key way of stimulating growth, and importantly, how banks can provide businesses with the support necessary to approach new Turkey-Mexico opportunities with confidence and success.
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