Resignation signals a growing crisis within Turkey’s ruling AKP
By Jonathan Gorvett
Financial markets can be cruel places, as Turkey’s former central bank governor Murat Uysal and former finance minister Berat Albayrak discovered once again last week.
When news that the former had been fired and the latter had resigned reached the trading floor, ‘good riddance’ seems to have been the general response.
The battered Turkish lira regained some of its earlier losses, while internat….. Read More On: Cyprus Mail
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