By Ercan Ersoy ISTANBUL, Sept 27 (Reuters) - A Turkish consortium aiming to operate Tehran's airport said on Monday it might sue if a new law, passed by Iran's hardline parliament to block two Turkish investments, prevents it from running the facility. Iranian lawmakers on Sunday passed a law that could bar from the country Turkey's TAV, which builds and runs airports, and GSM firm Turkcell which has been awarded a $3 billion licence to operate Iran's second private mobile phone licence. ...
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