Turkish Trade Delegation Markets Their Wares, Appeals for Fairness

October 2006
Metal Center News;Oct2006, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the visit of representatives from the Turkish steel industry to the U.S. in an aim of forging a fair trade relations between the countries. Specifically, the representatives also want to improve and increase the trade with the U.S. Turkey is one of the leading supplier of steel to the U.S. market. Turkey's growing economy and its possible entry to the European Union can add to its increased trade relations with other countries.


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