Moody's puts Istanbul in a bad mood - Turkish bankers and officials are furious that Moody's put the republic on Credit Watch without even a field-visit. But the shock may have stiffened the new government's resolve to curb the budget, combat inflation and tackle Soviet-style state enterprises.
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