Comment: Trouble brews in Turkey

The political row over the appointment of a new governor for the Central Bank of Turkey threatens to disrupt to the country's financial markets. More fundamentally, the mere suggestion that whoever emerges from the episode as the next governor is a compromise candidate, will erode the central bank's hard-won credibility.


While markets were still trying to understand why the inflation-busting Sureyya Serdengecti was not reappointed for a second term, insiders started to

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