Martin, Josh
December 2000
Middle East;Dec2000, Issue 307, p32
Reports on Turkey's policies to achieve economic discipline. Plan to become a member of the European Union; Central Bank's need to reduce inflation; Unemployment; Pressures facing bankers from Islamic leftists and conservative and nationalist military establishment.


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