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One Of Turkey’s Wealthiest Men Announces Croatian ‘Investment’ Invasion

Ferit Sahenk, Chairman of Turkish conglomerate Dogus Holding and one of the nations wealthiest men with an estimated fortune of around 8bn USD, has been in the Croatian capital Zagreb putting together a number of investment deals, reports daily Vecernji list.

Sahenk’s Dogus Holding, the third largest conglomerate in Turkey, are planning large-scale investment in Croatia in the tourism sector. New hotels and marina’s on Croatia’s coast are at the top of the agenda. Doğuş Group last year signed an agreement to invest in a marina in the Dalmatian town of Sibenik.

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