"We feel super rich," one visiting couple said.
A package of eggs recently jumped 60% in a week at one grocery store. Many economists fault the Erdoğan government's policies.
"When you're faced with a disaster, the sun does come up the next day," says Sam Greenberg of Greenberg Smoked Turkeys.
C. Lidgate has been catering to American ex-pats in London for their Thanksgiving needs for three decades.
Emerging economies have had a tough time in the global economy recently. We’re talking about countries like India, Turkey, South Africa and Argentina. They’re deeply engaged in the world economy, and, in some ways, very vulnerable to its ups and downs. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The value of emerging market currencies keeps tumbling. Argentina’s peso has lost half its value against the dollar this year. Same with the lira in Turkey. Investors are souring on Brazil. India. South Africa. Mexico. Indonesia. Some of these countries have been through currency and financial crises before. And each case is different. But sometimes […]
They found new homes in Turkey, along with frustration, resignation and hope.
Before the Syrian war in 2011, nearly 25 percent of young people went to college, which is almost completely subsidized by the government.
Amna Hafez is like thousands of other Syrian women in Turkey who've been forced to create a new life for themselves and their families.
As a Syrian living in Turkey, Dania Abdulbaqi struggled to find formal work as an engineer.