By Mark Bentley ISTANBUL, Feb 21 (Reuters) - Turkish markets edged up on Friday after Turkey said it may agree shortly with the United States on a multi-billion dollar aid package aimed at cushioning its fragile economy against the shock of a looming war in Iraq. Washington wants Turkey to open its air bases and sea ports to tens of thousands of U.S. troops in return for billions of dollars in cash and loan guarantees, but Ankara wants firmer assurances on the aid and its own military's ...
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