Iran Economy NewsAhmadinejad, Turkey to discuss economic cooperation, Sabah says

Ahmadinejad, Turkey to discuss economic cooperation, Sabah says

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Bloomberg: Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will discuss deepening economic ties with Turkey during a visit to the country this week, Sabah said.

By Mark Bentley

Dec. 20 (Bloomberg) — Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will discuss deepening economic ties with Turkey during a visit to the country this week, Sabah said.

Ahmadinejad till attend a meeting of the Economic Cooperation Organization, a regional group comprising Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Central Asia nations, in Istanbul on Dec. 23, the newspaper reported.

Iran and Turkey signed agreements in October covering trade, agriculture, education, banking and customs regulations, Sabah said.

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