Turkey signs framework agreement with South Korea for free trade.

By bne IntelliNews March 27, 2012
The governments of Turkey and South Korea signed a framework agreement for free trade to boost bilateral ties. PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan is in South Korea to attend an international nuclear security summit. The bilateral trade volume between the two countries is around USD 7bn. PM Erdogan said that the current trade volume did not reflect the true potential and with another agreement to be inked in June, the trade volume between the two economies would increase to the desired levels.

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