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English: 8th President of the Republic of Turkey Turgut Özal
Türkçe: Türkiye Cumhuriyeti'nin 8. Cumhurbaşkanı Turgut Özal
Date 1986
Source World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 1986
Author World Economic Forum from Cologny, Switzerland

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