"Turkey Signed Free Trade Agreements with Tunisia and Morocco
(JTW) � 31 March 2005
Turkish PM Tayyip Erdogan leading a 45-strong delegation paid visits to Tunisia, Morocco to boost trade and develop co-operation.
The Turkish Premier Tayyip Erdogan described Morocco and Tunisia as 'important countries' in the Arab and Islamic world, in the Mediterranean basin and in Africa.
After he recalled the increase of trade exchanges between Turkey and the two Arab countries in 2003 and 2004, Erdogan noted that the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) signed with Morocco, then with Tunisia, are an important step in his country's relations with them. Erdogan deemed that the coming into force of the FTAs will give a new impetus to economic relations. "
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