Turkey's businessmen rue government stance on Syria
By Jonathan Head BBC News, Gaziantep
Sanko Park Mall in Gaziantep The Sanko Park Mall is quiet on Fridays, the day Syrians used to come
There is a joke going around business circles in the south-eastern Turkish city of Gaziantep these days. "We no longer have zero problems with our neighbours," it goes, "we now have zero neighbours without problems."
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