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Turkey-Russia Gas Dispute
Energy

Turkey-Russia Gas Dispute

Turkey may apply to the court of arbitration if Gazprom does not announce the final discount for Botas on Monday, the Turkish state pipeline company Botas told Trend. Botas expected Russia to grant a discount of 15 percent for the gas supplied to Turkey in March 2015. But Gazprom agreed to give discount only to private Turkish companies.

 

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