Turkey is largely dependent on imports for its growing energy needs and relies heavily on tourism as well as investment flows to stock and bond markets to help fund its current account deficit, which stood at over $32 billion in 2015, or about 4.5 percent of GDP. "If uncertainty persists, it will likely induce capital flight out of Turkey." Erdogan is a polarizing... » Read More
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