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Exchange inks 27 contracts worth $72mn

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Apr '07
Turkmen commodity and raw materials exchange signed 27 contracts worth US $72,436 million last week.

merchants from Iran, Switzerland and UAE purchased oil products from Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries.

Lint cotton and yarn was purchased by British, Swiss, Virgin, and Seychelles and Russian businessmen bought both cotton lint, yarn as well as cotton ulyuk.

Russian, Indian, UAE, Pakistani, Swiss, Turkish, US and Virgin Islands traders procure grey fabric of various width and cotton yarn. Businessmen from Russia and US bought knitwear and raw silk.

With these purchases the national currency deposited in Turkmen banks were worth Manat30,609 billion.


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