A motion to relocate the Central Bank of Turkey to Istanbul, the country's largest city and financial hub, is due to be debated Friday by a parliamentary committee.
Eyüp Ayar, Veysi Kaynak and Abdullah Çalışkan, three members of the ruling Justice and Development Party, which is headed by Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey's prime minister, have sent the motion for inclusion in a package of proposals lawmakers are set to mull. Under their proposal, the statement "the Central Bank of Turkey is headquar
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