Turkey to Import Crude from Iran, Libya and Iraq
Turkey's state refining company Tupras has announced that it expects to import 6mn tons of crude oil from Iran, 5mn tons from Libya and 6.5mn tons from Iraq in 1985, as well as smaller quantities from Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait. According to official statistics, Turkey imported $2.75bn worth of crude and $230.8mn worth of products in the first ten months of 1984, compared to $2.6bn of crude and $260mn of products in...
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