The Economic relationship between Turkey and Spain
Ana Borrero Istanbul University Faculty of Political Sciences Fall 2010/2011
Introduction Introduction to the Turkish Economy The Turkish Economy Introduction to the Spanish Economy
The Spanish Economy
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