Decision comes after Turkish president accuses billionaire philanthropist of trying to destroy nations
The Open Society Foundation said “baseless claims” about its work made it impossible to continue.
Open Society Foundations plans to close its office in Istanbul. It claims that the Turkish government has falsely accused it of playing a role in uprisings
International credit rating agency Moody’s has announced that while the economy of Turkey will grow by 1.5 percent in 2018, it will contract by 2 percent in the following year. Fitch has also warned that the country could go into recession in 2019.
Turkey’s unemployment rose to 11.1 percent in the July-September period, official data showed on Nov. 15, hitting its highest level since early last year and up from a revised 10.6 percent in the June-August period.
Turkish Statistical Institute has announced the annual consumer inflation in October as 25.24 percent. This figure shows that Turkey is the country with the highest inflation rate in Europe. What about the inflation rates of other European countries?