A strategy for reform

Doxey, John
May 1997
Middle East;May97, Issue 267, p22
Discusses Turkey's stance on the proposals by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to revamp the social security and taxation systems in the country. Necessity of reforms to reduce deficit and inflation; Reforms as a prerequisite for future loan agreements through the IMF; Reluctance by the government to undertake real structural reform; Coalition government's lack of political will to begin essential reform.


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