There may be trouble ahead

Gorvett, Jon
January 2003
Middle East;Jan2003, Issue 330, p30
Discusses the proposed reform plans of Turkish Prime Minister Abdullah Gul. Difficulties to be faced by Gul in implementation of the plans; Steps taken by the Turkish government to increase the inflow of funds; Reasons behind the financial crisis in Turkish markets.


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