CIBJO signs MoU with Turkish Jewellery Exporters
Heads of the World Jewellery Confederation signed a memorandum of understanding with the Turkish Jewellery Exporters' Association to develop the Turkish and international jewellery, gemstone, and precious metals industries.
The MoU was signed on January 21 by the CIBJO President Gaetano Cavalieri and TJEA President Burak Yakin, the Gem and Jewellery Export Promotion Council announced on its website. The two organisations pledged to foster growth in the Turkish and international jewellery industry.
“In a globally interconnected industry such as ours, maintaining relationships with colleagues in other countries is of paramount importance,” said Yakim, the GJEPC reported on its website. “To be able to communicate and work together, we need to see eye to eye on standards, operating principles, terminology and ethics. CIBJO is the single forum where all these are addressed by all international players, and we are delighted to be able to adapt what is learned to the Turkish environment, and at the same time have our voice heard internationally.”
“Türkiye is today a lynchpin in our industry, not only as a major manufacturer and consumer of jewellery, but also as a gateway to the growing markets of Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Balkans and the Eastern Mediterranean, for which it serves as a primary trading and production hub,” said Cavalieri.
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