"Financial Times: Turkey at Ease After the Crisis
By Kamuran Samar
Published: Wednesday, November 30, 2005
The Financial Times published a six-paged supplement on Turkey, which depicted a positive picture about the country.
The supplement dealt with many subjects ranging from economics to politics, and wrote that Turkey was currently a more secure country and a favorite destination for foreign investment. The supplement’s headline expressed t Turkey was now more at ease on its own. The supplement related that the country had recovered at an incredible pace after the crisis experienced between 2000 and 2001, and that it had undergone great change that cannot be compared to the state it had been in during the crisis period. The article also included remarks about social life in Turkey and reminded its readers that the Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar was built long before the emergence of the American and British capitalist systems."
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