Turkey Unrest Deals New Blow as Banks Struggle With Bad DebtBy
Two lenders cancel planned debt sales after political unrest
Moody’s says funding for banks could become more expensive
Turkey’s failed coup is dealing yet another blow to the nation’s banks, which are already under pressure from rising bad debts and a slump in tourism.
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