July 26th, 2016
Episode 576 of 836 episodes
It's been over a week since the failed coup attempt in Turkey. We speak to Tolga Kutlug of the Turkish Composites Manufacturers Association about how business has managed in the aftermath, while Fadi Hakura, an associate fellow who analyses Turkish events at the research group Chatham House in London, tells us what the economic and business risks look like from outside of the country. Plus, David Lea, senior Europe analyst at the independent global risk consultancy Control Risk, talks to us about what clients with a business stake in Turkey have been asking him since the attempted coup. (Image: Supporters of Turkey's President Erdogan sit on top of an army tank belonging to the Turkish Army. Credit: Getty Images)
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