Ensuring over 3 thousand 300 companies to start the international activities and development until now, the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) calls for the Turkish automotive industrialists to invest in the Netherlands. Having established 35 years ago and running in the structure of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency ensures an appropriate and robust investment condition for the Turkish companies on the way to be global with support of the Dutch government. The Netherlands -which has lots of advantages like postponing VAT in the international trade process, as well as regularly finance management, suitable tax conditions, resilience job market – shelters attractive opportunities for those consider investment in the automotive sector and international investments, according to the statement from the NFIA Turkey. Consulting entrepreneurs in every sector in business and investment issue in the Netherlands, the NFIA helped the companies like Tesla, DAF Trucks and Tata Steel to launch, develop and grow their operations in the Netherlands. Offering a sustainable investment condition and supporting domestic made automobile manufacturing, the Netherlands is shown one of the best countries in Europe with the investment-friendly corporate income tax system, accessible and transparent tax offices, attractive innovation and R & D incentives and widespread agreement network. The Netherlands provides innovative solutions especially in autonomous vehicles, electric vehicles and in light components which save fuel. Arife Karaosmanoğlu, Manager of NFIA Turkey, said; “In fact, Turkey has a significant potential in the automotive industry including supplier industry. On the other hand, we witness that the automotive industry is developing with every passing day in recent years. For this reason, the Netherlands has been in the first class location in order to allow the sector to move its local potential to Europe and grow by progressing.” An operational unit of the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, the NFIA is your first port of call, connecting you with a broad network of business partners, regional economic development organizations and government institutions to facilitate your international expansion.