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Gas Price Dispute
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Gas Price Dispute

A price dispute between Turkey and Iran for gas imports taken to the international arbitration court is likely to be finalized by May, Turkey's energy minister said, Reuters reported. Turkey has taken Iran, from which it imports 10 billion cubic meters of gas annually, to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in January 2012 after Tehran rejected Ankara's complaint that the price was too high.

 

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