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9 Nov 2020 By Dasha Afanasieva

President Tayyip Erdogan installed a new central bank boss while his son-in-law quit as finance minister. Credible policymakers are more likely to hike rates. Just as well: without President Donald Trump, Ankara’s foreign policy – and the lira – are more vulnerable to sanctions.

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