Soaring inflation and a plunging lira will be top priorities for whoever wins the presidential run-off on May 28.
It was not an outright win for Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey’s presidential election. But, the outcome was also a disappointment for the opposition, which was more united than ever.
A run-off will take place on May 28 with the state of the economy front and centre for voters.
President Erdogan was criticised for reducing interest rates at a time of sky-high inflation – while most central banks did the opposite to keep prices down. If the opposition wins, that could mean a rethink of his policies.
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