Turkish Trade Centres to open in Dubai’s One Central

Business organisation a “key commercial tenant”, DWTCA says

Gulf News

DUBAI: Turkish Trade Centres (TTC), a joint stock company set up by the Turkish Exporters Assembly to promote the country’s brands, is to set up offices at One Central.

One Central, a Dh8 billion mixed use development managed and developed by the Dubai World Trade Centre Authority (DWTCA), already has lease agreements from Pinsent Masons LLP, R M E Luxembourg Business Centre, R M E Business Centre FZE and Schlumberger Global Support Centre Limited.

DWTCA said in a statement on Thursday that the TTC was a “key commercial tenant”.

Abdullah Al Banna, Vice President — Free Zone Operations at Dubai World Trade Centre stated: “Historically, Dubai has played a significant role in the economic development of the region by facilitating the movement of goods and services, and the exchange of knowledge and ideas.

“One Central is another excellent free zone business platform and a very well-rounded development fit to enhance trade ties, supporting international enterprises and associations to enjoy numerous offshore license benefits to propel the economy further.

“We are confident that the establishment of Turkish Trade Centers will open more avenues for trade and commerce in the region.”

One Central will provide 540,000 square metres of development space, and houses business, residential and leisure developments, including five office buildings, four hotels and 1,300 residential units.

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