Turkey should immediately implement a highly credible program to fight against inflation, says Nurettin Ozdebir, Chairman of the Ankara Chamber of Industry (ASO). Speaking at the ASO January Assembly meeting, Ozdebir said inflation will continue to be a problem until the impacts of the pandemic disappear. It has now become a structural problem, he said....
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