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Turkish silver producers expand into Europe

25 June 2012, Monday /
Turkish silver exporter and retailer Sezgin Group has announced plans to expand into Europe, pledging to add another 10 stores to its 110-strong chain in Turkey and abroad.

Located in Turkish Cyprus, Holland, Azerbaijan and Georgia, as well as Turkey, the company reported this week that it has already opened 30 stores this year and plans to further expand its two retail outlets, So CHIC and Fix Silver, to gain a foothold in Western Europe. The company is also one of Turkey’s top wholesalers of silver jewelry, selling to markets in Europe and America.

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