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Iran, Turkey Reviewed Bilateral Trade.

Iranian ambassador to Turkey, Iranian and Turkish members of parliament, and the two sides` merchants and tradesmen attended the meeting held on Tuesday. Iranian ambassador Bahaman Hosseinpoor said that the two country`s governments are determined to boost trade especially board trade as a supplementary to official trade between the two countries. In its tenders, Iran mostly prefers Turkish companies, he said referring to Iran`s Razi Petrochemical Complex bought by Turkish Gubretas Company as an indication of such preference. Head of Erzurum Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Lotfi Yojlik, appreciated Tehran`s efforts on expansion of bilateral ties with Ankara. He asked for tariff cuts in order to boost goods transit between the two countries. 2009/07/15

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Date:Jul 15, 2009
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