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Booming Qatar-Turkey trade to hit $2 billion for 2018 as Gulf rift drags on

Reuters Thursday, 17 January 2019
Booming Qatar-Turkey trade to hit $2 billion for 2018 as Gulf rift drags onTrade between Qatar and Turkey is expected to have hit $2 billion in 2018, a Turkish official said, up 54 percent from the previous last year and underscoring Ankara's solidified role as a top ally to Qatar amid a political rift in the Gulf region.
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