Ankara, Feb 4, IRNA – An international conference on Iran-Turkey investment opportunities and trade cooperation kicked off in Istanbul on Tuesday.
Economic activists and a number of officials from both countries are present in the one-day conference.
The gathering is to review ways to widen trade exchanges between Tehran and Ankara.
Following the last week visit to Tehran of Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, the two sides called for boost in bilateral trade exchanges to dlrs 30 billion.
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