Erdogan says Turkey will break economic 'triangle of evil' with reforms
ANKARA, December 26 (Reuters). Turkey will introduce structural reforms to break the "triangle of evil" of interest rates, inflation and exchange rates, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday. Ankara is determined to create a system based on production and production employment.
Erdogan last month promised a series of judicial and economic reforms that led to expectations of the possible release of politicians, including Kurdish and human rights activists, from prison. However, Erdogan's recent comments on court judgments and criticism of his government have fueled skepticism about his promise.
Erdogan said at a ceremony in Ankara via video link that Turkey is not implementing democratic reforms because they are "forced to do so" but because "our people deserve them", adding that efforts to bring the reforms to parliament would advance rapidly. (Reporting by Tuvan Gumrukcu; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
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