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DİAD
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DİAD, ekonomide dernekleşme ve güçbirliği zaruretinin netleştiği dönemde, 2011 yılında farklı sektörlerden bir grup iş adamı ve sanayicinin ortak iradesi sonucu kuruldu.


Çağdaş, demokratik yaşamın unsuru olan Derneğimiz, başta ekonomi olmak üzere Türk devlet ve millet hayatına katkı yapmayı, varlığının sebebi olarak algılamaktadır.

Her türlü sansasyonel gelişmenin dışında kalan, politik tartışmalara asla taraf olmayan DİAD, halen
1450 üyesi ile duyarlı sivil toplum kuruluşu olmanın gereklerini yerine getirmeye çalışmaktadır.

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