New York.. The Turkish House hosts “Economy and Politics Talks”


The Consulate General of Turkey in New York City at the Turkish House on Wednesday organized the “Economy and Politics Talks,” the first event of its kind with the participation of economist Nouriel Roubini.

The discussions were moderated by the Turkish Ministry of Treasury and Finance Attaché Gozde Jezmegul, where topics such as global economic developments, geopolitical tensions, inflation, interest rate expectations, trade relations between the United States and China, emerging markets, and artificial intelligence were discussed.

In his speech, the Turkish Consul General in New York, Reyhan Ozgur, pointed out that Turkey hosts many meetings, events and discussion panels, and that they are happy to hold the first episode of a new series of events called “Economy and Politics Talks.”

Ozgur pointed out that the series of events was launched at a time of political and economic uncertainty, explaining: “We are witnessing unprecedented changes and challenges shaping our world through the emergence of new economic forces and new technologies.”

He stressed the importance of engaging in dialogue and exchanging knowledge and experience in times like these.

He stated that they aim to “develop dialogue on political and economic developments between financial institutions, the private sector, government officials and academia through this event,” and the consul expressed his belief that the discussions that will be held will be useful.