BBC, Celine Garrett, Turkey discussed on Morning Edition


Accused of interfering with his own central bank to keep interest rates low the bbc's celine garrett is an stumble presidents reject type are donald trump cards was economy in five t was perceived as leader who puts turkish economy right buds that had started to change recently inflation stands at eleven twelve percent at the moment there is huge employment especially youth unemployment and a turkish lira has plummeted almost twenty percents in the loss few months against the us dollar so there was this increasing concern amongst the voters during the campaign period economy was the primary subject not people were talking about your specialty the opposition presidential candidates but apparently the voters are happy with what mr are doin has done and they believe he is the figure to bring stability to this country and if the economy is fragile they believe a powerful figure such as our be able to put it right markets in turkey rallied as president richard taepodong declared his election victory and we see that lira has been on the rise as well that's the bbc selling gear at an istanbul and today is howard schultz his last day on the job as executive chairman of starbucks schultz who stepped down from his other role as ceo last year has been the public face of the coffee giant for four decades where to starbucks go from here marketplace's aaron schrank reports under shelters watch starbucks grew from eleven stores to more than twenty eight thousand and the coffeehouse jane became one of the most recognized brands in the world.

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