Eid ul-Adha gives Turkey a break, but structural problems need fixing

Turkey is a country divided in two. Those supporting Erdogan, with his strongholds in the provinces, and the socially conservative attribute the currency volatility to the US and foreign forces who want to derail the country’s successful economic development.

Download this market insight by ICIS editor Jonathan Lopez, to discover how the energy and petrochemicals sectors in Turkey have been touched by a crisis as the currency entered a downward spiral as the US and Turkey initiated a trade war, with both countries imposing punitive tariffs on each other.

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