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Business Lobbies in Turkey Reveal Stricter Policies Aimed At Lira Stabilisation


08/14/2018


Disputes will be solved diplomatically, informs the TUSIAD & TOBB Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges.



On Tuesday, 14 August 2018, Reuters reported that the business lobbies in Turkey have informed that more strict finance policies will be put in place as an attempt to the requirement of bringing stability to the “lira and U.S.”. The disputes of Turkey will find their solution by undertaking diplomatic approach.
 
Moreover, a more detailed roadmap is being awaited, as the road to prepare the permanent inflation drop is being paved, revealed the “TUSIAD and TOBB Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges” together in a joint statement.
 
 
References:
reuters.com







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