“During the imposed war, the balance of trade between the two countries was in favor of Turkey, however, the trend assumed a reversal after the war, reaching to its lowest ratio in 2000,” Baqerian mentioned . In 2001, the trade exchange between both nations witnessed a transformation; nonetheless, it was Turkey that realized the potential of Iran’s market during foreign investment participation and privatization, and cooperated in auto manufacturing, textile and packaging sectors to some extent, he commented . Source: Bharattextile.com .