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ISLAMABAD -- Iranian Trade Minister, Mohammad Reza Nematzadeh underlined that establishment of a common market among Islamic nations can pave the way for flourishing their economy.
European countries established the EU after the Second World War; on the onset, it was a difficult enterprise; it is however possible for Islamic countries, provided that they show strong resolution in working out the common market," he emphasized.
Akbar Torkan, the secretary of Iran's Free Trade Zones Coordination Council, urged Muslim states Saturday to help establish an Islamic common market.
While common markets are permitted under GATT rules, they fundamentally violate the spirit of GATT.
They share common markets, customers, distribution channels and motor platforms," commented Frank S.