At free fall today: “US warns Turkey over failure to pay foreign healthcare debts

The Financial Times – Laura Pitel in Ankara – Sep 23, 12:59 PM

International healthcare companies are struggling to reclaim around $2.3bn in debts owed to them by Turkey’s state hospitals, a senior US official has revealed, as he warned of the dangers posed to the Turkish economy by an unpredictable investment


Turkey’s Aktif Bank is suspected of having carried out money laundering on a grand scale for a customer network that includes the scandal-ridden German financial service provider Wirecard and shady figures from the porn industry, according to the FinCEN Files.

Turkish companies and banks pop up frequently and prominently in the FinCEN Files, a collection of secret documents from the US Department of the Treasury that was leaked to BuzzFeed News and shared with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).


Russian tech giant Yandex, established to rival various Google services, has decided to shut down

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