The government is working on an anti-corruption reform, the Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek said yesterday, continuing his mission to soothe investors’ concerns regarding political transparency and stability in Turkey.
“We will use recent developments as an opportunity,” Simsek said, speaking at the Housing Tax Problems and Solutions Symposium held in Ankara yesterday. “It is clear we will appear before our nation with a much stronger reform for Turkey to become more transparent, more accountable, particularly in the fight against corruption.”
The corruption allegations against scores of government-allied businessmen and bureaucrats, including four ministers, their sons and the CEO of a state-owned bank, are feared to have stained the country’s image for investors.
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