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Gap invests in Turkey's gap

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ISTANBUL--U.S.-based textile giantThe Gap is preparing to invest in theSoutheast region of Turkey. The areaknown as Guneydogu Anadolu Projesi - GAP(Southeast Anatolia Project) has development priority. According to Olcay Unver,GAP Development Bureau Chief, The Gap hasconcluded its initial contacts for textilemanufacturing investment in the region.During an interview on "Voice of America,"Mr. Unver answered questions from listenersand pointed out that "half of Turkey's electricity production and one third of totalcotton production comes from GAP area."

Copyright December 1998, Crain Communications Inc.

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