TURKEY: Light at the end of the tunnel?

Gorvett, Jon
November 2002
Middle East;Nov2002, Issue 328, p50
Examines the economic conditions in Turkey, as of November 2002. Impact of financial crisis of February 2001 on Turkey's economy according to figures from the State Institute of Statistics; Sectors that reflects revival of Turkish economy in the June 2002 statistics; Capacity utilization rate by the end of second quarter of 2002; Impact of the U.S. proposed military action against Iraq on Turkish economy.


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