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Voting for Christmas

13 September 2018 By Neil Unmack

The central bank has hiked rates more than markets expected, a welcome sign of independence after attacks by President Erdogan. The move may avoid a currency crisis, but Ankara’s political and economic vulnerabilities endure. And tensions between bank and state may get worse.

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