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In Turkey It’s Purge, Then Splurge

The economy is humming, aided by a 22 percent spike in credit

With elections just over two years away and his approval ratings dipping below 50 percent, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan isn’t trusting his political fate to the vagaries of the free market. Since last July’s foiled coup, his administration has expanded state

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