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Turkey’s referendum unlikely to kickstart long-stalled reforms



ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey's government says the passage of constitutional reforms on April 16 would make it easier to deliver on long-promised market reforms. But investors aren't so sure, seeing the possibility of more policy gridlock and further elections.


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