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MoTurkish budget deficit expands in election month
MoUK announces new $2.7 bln fighter jet project
MoMoody's expects problem loans at Turkish banks to rise
MoEU urges big powers to avert trade 'conflict and chaos'
MoTurkey's unemployment rate falls to 9.6 percent
SoTurkish Airlines to create 4,600 new jobs for new Istanbul airport operations
SoUkraine inks deal with Airbus to buy 55 helicopters
SoLockheed F-35 jet price falls to below $90 mln: Sources
SoTurkish financial watchdog suspends stock market abuse article
SaTurkish economy recovered swiftly after the coup attempt
SaTurkish Airlines to make first flights from Istanbul's new airport to Turkish Cyprus, Azerbaijan
SaFitch downgrades Turkey's rating; outlook negative
FrTurkish Central Bank lifts 2017 inflation forecast to 9.8 percent
FrTurkey, Azerbaijan solidarity keeps 'getting stronger'
FrTurkey's tourism revenue rises nearly 40 pct in third quarter
FrRussia needs legal guarantees to extend Turkish Stream gas pipeline to EU soil
FrFed's Powell says US economy in 'good place' at moment
FrChina's trade surplus with US hits record as exporters rush to beat tariffs
FrTurkey, Pakistan ink deal for the sale of 30 Turkish attack helicopters
FrJ&J ordered to pay $4.69 bn damages in talc cancer case
DoSalt Bae restaurant's owner Turkish company Dogus says refinancing talks continue
DoTurkey's finance minister says central bank is independent, lira firms
DoIFC invests in Turkish construction firm in bid to back Africa projects
DoLira slumps to new record lows as investor concerns escalate
MiRating review focus is on policies in Turkey, not individuals: Moody's