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Since the devastating financial crisis of 2001, Turkey has rebuilt its economy, relaunched its currency following a period of hyperinflation, and set itself on a path to sustainable growth. But that doesn't mean there haven't been a few bumps in the road. While Turkey was a magnet for investment following the 2008 global financial crisis, emerging markets have since lost their sheen, with the lira joining currencies such as the South African rand and the Indian rupee in losing value in recent years as investors shy away from often high-risk commitments.
This 20-page publication gathers the thoughts and opinions of a number of top business leaders from across a range of sectors in the Turkish economy at a time of unprecedented significance. Conducted before and during the global health emergency, the contents of this special report shed light on the state of Turkey and its investment prospects in the future.