By Tulay Karadeniz, Reuters:
Gold trade between Turkey and Iran will resume, albeit at lower levels than last year, once sanctions on Iran are eased, Iran’s ambassador to Turkey said on Friday.
Turkey’s gold trade with Iran boomed in 2012 when Ankara was paying for its natural gas and oil imports with Turkish lira and Iranians were using those deposits held in Turkey’s Halkbank to buy gold.
“Certainly the gold trade between Iran and Turkey will resume,” the ambassador, Ali Reza Bigdeli, told reporters in the Turkish capital on Friday.
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