TURKEY: Chester Dissension

Colonel K. E. Clayton-Kennedy, one-fifth owner of the Chester Concession for the interior development of Turkey, recently arrived in Paris from Anatolia, main Turkish province in Asia Minor. He denied rumors that the Turkish Government had offered the Concession to the German Stinnes over the heads of the Ottoman-American Development Co., the concern which holds the Chester Concession. He stated, as proof to the contrary, that materials were in the course of shipment to Turkey; that engineers on the spot " were working under extra pressure to make up for the...

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