Post-Coup Purge Leaves Turkey’s Market Regulator Paralyzed

  • At least 25 companies await decisions from market regulator
  • Purge of suspected Gulen supporters means committee can’t meet

Turkey's Erdogan on U.S. as an Ally

Listed companies in Turkey are in limbo after a government purge left the country’s market regulator unable to make decisions in the wake of July’s attempted coup.

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