Some nine out of every 10 Italian companies are pleased to invest in Turkey, according to a Rome-based institution’s research.

87% of firm representatives, participating in the survey, recommend the Turkish market to other companies, according to the Centre for International Politics Studies’ (CeSPI) survey, released late Monday during a press conference in the capital Rome.

80% of firms also see Turkey’s geopolitical location as a positive factor for business opportunities, while 85% of companies said making business in Turkey is safe.

Arda Ermut, the president of Turkey’s Investment Office, said during the conference that the survey’s positive results

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