Can "Superman" Pull Turkey Back from the Brink?
Kemal Dervis is a man with a mission few would choose. Only a month ago, this quiet-spoken economist was vice-president of the World Bank in New York. Now, Dervis is engaged in a lightning tour of the world's financial capitals, charged with drumming up the billions of dollars necessary to rescue Turkey from the worst economic crisis in the country's history.
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