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Turkey to launch action plan to avert financial collapse

The Age Monday, 13 August 2018 ()
Turkey has drafted a economic action plan and will start implementing it immediately to ease investor concerns, Finance Minister Berat Albayrak said.
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News video: Turkey currency crisis sparks fears of global consequences

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ANKARA, TURKEY — As Turkey grapples with a financial crisis, fears mount that its economic consequences will ripple through global markets. The Turkish stock market continued to fall Monday, with its currency trading as low as 6.97 to the dollar. The value of the lira has already dropped 46%...

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