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Russian crisis to result in losses over $11 billion for Turkey: report

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The economic effect of sanctions imposed on Turkish goods following Turkey's downing of a Russian plane in its airspace late last year is likely to surpass $11 billion this year, according to a report by the Turkish Social, Economic and Political Research Foundation (TÜSES) released on Monday.

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Greece Reaches Tsipras Anniversary Facing Pension Battle

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By  Marcus Bensasson & Nikos Chrysoloras, Bloomberg

Bonds sink ahead of tough negotiations over pension reform
Government wants speedy end to bailout review with creditors
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IMF raises pressure on euro lenders to give Greece debt relief

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By Suzanne Lynch, irish Times

The International Monetary Fund has reiterated its call for debt relief for Greece, raising pressure on European countries to cede to Greek demands for debt re-profiling.

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George Soros & BAML Clash On Greece

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George Soros and Bank of America Merrill Lynch appear to have a significant difference of opinion regarding Greece. 

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How Iran’s economy will look after 'Implementation Day'

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By Kourosh Ziabari, Middle East Eye

If the nuclear deal is respected, the re-emergence of Iran can become an economic force coveted by international investors

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