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ByHatice Karahan

Turkey has left its constitutional referendum behind, along with the associated political uncertainties. In fact, not only the referendum but also certain earlier developments including the parliamentary elections in 2015 and the failed coup attempt in 2016 caused the country to deal with uncertainties for a considerable period of time. As a result, the governments […]

Based on this revision, the Turkish economy seems to have painted a rosy picture in the post-crisis period until 2015. While the real GDP growth rate has become 7.4 percent […]