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BY NEWS DESK The Turkish Electricity Transmission Corporation (TEIAS) announced last week that it would cut electricity supplies to all Organized Industrial Zones (OIZs) in Turkey following the Petroleum Pipeline Corporation’s statement to cut gas use by up to 40% for some power plants and industrial facilities. This decision came after Iran cut gas flows...