Turkey’s election result has fueled a debate about the future direction of the country’s economy. While growth remains strong, there are fears that inflation is spiraling out of control.
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk's presence can still be felt in a landscape increasingly dominated by President Tayyip Recep Erdogan. Bradley Secker traveled through Turkey to find secular iconography of the republic's founder.
The Turkish inflation rate hit 25 percent year-over-year as the economy teeters. President Erdogan responded by calling on the state to raid stockpilers and asking people to inform police of price increases at shops.
Philippine migrant workers send billions of dollars in remittances every year to support families back home. But they have been hard hit by rising inflation and a tumbling currency. Ana P. Santos reports from Manila.
Turkey has been exempt from oil sector sanctions imposed by Washington on the regime in Tehran. But Turkish businesses fear the possible consequences of a likely shift in Donald Trump's mood toward Turkey.
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