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Turkey Opposition Puts $16B Price Tag on Neighborhood Wars

Turkey’s main opposition party says the Syrian civil war and the conflict in Iraq have cost the country more than $16 billion in the past four years in refugee costs, lost import and export opportunities, and reduced tourism revenue, and it blames President Recep Tayyip Erdogan for having worsened the economic fallout for Turkey from the neighboring conflicts by pursuing what it calls “wrong policies.” In a 72-page report released over the weekend, the Republican People’s Party (CHP)...

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