IMF Fischer stresses Turkey econ program on track

US - The International Monetary Fund signalled the beginning of a new public relations campaign to relieve market pressure on Turkey 13 July, with the Fund's second-ranked executive declaring investors aren't giving Ankara enough credit for the reforms to date.

Stanley Fischer, first deputy managing director at the IMF, used a conference call with reporters to stress that the Turkish government, for all its faults, has still made great strides in tackling inflation, addressing fundamental ills

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