ISTANBUL, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Turkish domestic sales of motor vehicles are expected to jump some 43 percent in 2003, a sector body said on Friday in a statement that may help ease fears a looming war in neighbouring Iraq threatens recovery from the deepest economic slump since 1945. Ankara and Washington are embroiled in tense discussions over a multi-billion dollar aid package Turkey's new government says it must secure for its economy before allowing U.S. troops into the country to set up ...
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