The central bank reform bill, currently before parliament, is part of sweeping reforms Dervis has proposed to convince international lenders to back Turkey with $10-12 billion in loans to help it overcome economic crisis.
"With the bill we envisage the central bank's basic aim becoming price stability. It will howe
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