Pipeline wrangle continues

Gorvett, Jon
February 1999
Middle East;Feb99, Issue 287, p19
Reports on the competition as to where the pipeline which will deliver oil from Central Asia should be laid. Geo-political implications of the issue for the United States and Iran; Weaknesses of Turkey's route favored by the US; Possible decision to be adopted by private investors forming the Azerbaijan International Operating Co.


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