Iranian President Hassan Rouhani salutes before he addresses a Turkish-Iranian bussines forum in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, June 10, 2014. (AP Photo)
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Ankara and Tehran have failed to reach a deal on the pricing of Iranian gas imports to Turkey but will meet again for further talks, officials said Tuesday.Turkey is one of the largest customers for Iranian oil and a major buyer of its natural gas, with about a fifth of its gas supplies coming from Iran. Turkish officials say Iran has called on Turkey to drop the arbitration case at the Swiss court in return for talks on the price of the natural gas, but Ankara has insisted on having the pricing negotiations proceed independent from the court process.
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