Simsek tweeted: “Our country is returning quickly to normal after this putsch attempt rebuffed by our nation
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Turkey moved to reassure investors on Sunday that the economy would not be derailed by a failed coup d'etat.TheThe coup attempt adds to an already tumultuous year for Turkey that has featured two general elections, a prime minister deposed and a wave of terror attacks blamed on Isis and Kurdish militants.Tourism revenues declined by 23 per cent in May, with the year-on-year slowdown intensifying with each passing month, according to government data.A local banker worried that Turkey's economy may struggle to recover from the recent upheaval.Turkey had been one of the world's better performing emerging markets. Turkey is heavily dependent on relatively short-term foreign capital inflows because it is burdened with a high current account deficit, while many Turkish companies have significant levels of debt.
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