lunes, 31 de enero de 2011

Argentina will supply biofuel for Turkish transport

Planning Minister Julio De Vido, along with its pair of Transport of Turkey, Binali Yildirim, discussed yesterday the deployment of the air interface between the two countries and the possibility that the nation begin using biofuels.

The meeting was held in Ankara, as part of the visit that President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner made in this country, where he met with his counterpart, Abdullah Gul, the ministry of planning through a statement.

De Vido and Yildirim were together for about 45 minutes, at which time it discussed the biofuels industry in Argentina is the fourth largest producer, and its possible use in public transportation in Turkey.

They also discussed the possibility of developing CNG in the nation, taking the level of advanced technology that counts Argentina, and that is reflected in the two million vehicles powered by that fuel.

Turkey is the last leg of the tour official involved Minister De Vido, accompanying the President to the Nation on his tour that took her to Kuwait and Qatar.

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