Erdogan's gamble: What's behind Turkey's soaring inflation?


Turkey's president is defying the standard prescriptions for inflation, the country's worst in nearly two decades, by  burning through currency reserves and central bank governors to keep interest rates low. As those reserves dwindle and lines lengthen at subsidized bakeries, we'll ask our quests about the impact on ordinary citizens  and why the Erdogan's holding out, with cues to booming exports which are the flip side of a plummeting lira.

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