The Turkic American Chamber of Commerce (TACC) was founded in 2013 as a self-supporting, non-profit organization in New York by Chamber of Commerce’s to facilitate commerce between the U.S. and Turkic Countries and to establish partnerships between Turkic and American business people.
Although the trade volume between the USA, the largest market in the world, and Turkic Countries, which is located in the intersection of the world’s important markets, has been increasing each year, it has not reached to the desired level yet. Turkic Countries, having a strong tradition of international trade and a strategic location in the crossroads of the continents and historic trade routes, needs to develop business activities and improve its trade relations with the USA in order to mobilize its potentials internationally without limiting itself to Russia, Europe and the neighboring countries. It’s obviously necessary to increase the number of organizations that will work for this objective along with the both countries’ chambers of commerce and business councils to enhance business activities between two countries. Established by a number of volunteers who wish to use their experience and encourage their contacts in the USA and Turkic Countries to work for this goal, TACC also believes that in order to perform more efficient business activities in the region, the USA also needs to establish stronger business relations with Turkic Countries.
TACC conducts deep industry and market research in whole US. Our purpose is to discover trade and investment opportunities and to provide effective market entrance strategies.
Additionally, TACC consults with American business men & women who are seeking opportunities in Turkic Countries, which has one of the fastest growing economies in the world, to render them able to establish their own business in the country. We also organize several special events such as Matchmaking Programs, Business and Student (Study Abroad) Trips, Global Executive Seminars and Turkic-American Business Summits.
Economic growth and development of Turkic Speaking Countries in Central Asia is in difficult conditions which prevent them with joint efforts to resist the negative effects of globalization and geostrategic challenges of the leading countries in the region. A comparative analysis of the socio-economic, regional and geopolitical dynamics of Turkic Speaking States in Central Asia, 1991-2014 poses a number of challenges, the answers to which may identify economic development in Central Asia in radically changed circumstances. The situation has been created, in which the development of the countries in Central Asia is due to not only with solving its own socio-economic, demographic, and interethnic, water and energy, interstate and in particular regional tasks, but also with the great influence of geopolitical factors. Logically it is determined the developing the theory of managed chaos, the concept of “Greater Central Asia” by American scientists, concepts of northern territories and strategies of China in the framework of The Shanghai Cooperation Organization, the strategic approaches of Russia to the countries of Central Asia and others. In current situation, the countries of Central Asia, expediently to increase the level of regional integration, which enables them to jointly enter into a customs union (CU), the single economic space (SES) or other integration associations on favorable terms for the region and the country circumstances individually. Regional organizations, created in post-Soviet space couldn’t take place. Modern Central Asia is a complex of contradiction and local, regional interethnic, in ethnic center, ecological and interstate tension, which obtained systematic character. The assentation of the economic integration process is an indicator of the formation and the development of the general regional conflicts. Manipulating the current contradictions, geopolitical partners can successfully use theory of chaos management in the level of exact state and central-Asian regions in total, giving it applied character. Therefore, regionalization promoting Turkic Speaking Countries in Central Asia could provide with not only economic, but also regional security.