Turkey's construction industry struggles on

Fantasy homes sitting vacant have become a stark reminder of Turkey's financial struggle.

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    Empty high-rises and homes fit for royalty have become symbols of Turkey's struggling economy.

    Construction has been at the heart of the country's growth but inflation and a devalued currency are threatening to take the industry from boom to bust.

    Al Jazeera's Stefanie Dekker reports from Mudurnu, Turkey.


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