Turk cbank reforms aimed at price stability-Dervis

TURKEY - Turkey's central bank would become a transparent institution with price stability as its primary aim under the reform plan put forward by Kemal Dervis, the economy minister.

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

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