July 23, 2010

Turkey Means Business in Kurdistan

Justin Vela, Asia Times

The heavy presence of Turkish business in Kurdish northern Iraq has a special twist.

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TAGGED: Massoud Barzani, Kirkuk, PKK, Justice and Development Party (AKP), Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG), Kurdistan, Iraq, Turkey

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