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Turkey: does the low price justify the risk?

Turkey: does the low price justify the risk?

Measured by key economic terms, by the end of last year Turkey had plunged to its lowest point since the financial crisis. Concerns about government stability, terrorist-related attacks and a rising US dollar following the election of Donald Trump sent the lira tumbling. Foreign investors have also shunned the market, which was once looked upon favourably due to its rapidly growing domestic demand for goods and services, as well as its geographical positioning straddling Europe and Asia.

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