The agreement targets eliminating the problems in economic and commercial relations caused by double taxation between the two countries, as well as make both countries more attractive for mutual investments.
The agreement is expected to provide a healthier environment for the activities of Turkish businessmen and speed up investments within a short period.
The Turkish Finance Ministry stated on Wednesday that Turkish Finance Minister Kemal Unakitan and Swiss Finance Department Chief Hans-Rudolf Merz would sign the agreement.
The trade volume between
During the first three months of 2008, the trade volume reached $2.6 billion with a 135 percent rise over the same period of 2007.
There are currently 418 Swiss firms operating in