Reform Programme To Accelerate In 2008

March 2008
Middle East Monitor: East Med;Mar2008, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p4
Country Report
The article reports on Turkey's new action plan in relation to its structural reform agenda. It is said that the government's new action plan which aims to renew the momentum for economic reforms had contributed to several high profile delays in the passage of economic reform legislation. However, the paper believes that the new plan is only the beginning of a series of comprehensive economic reforms and it expects for further policy announcements.


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