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Turkey struggles with crippled economy before decisive vote

With Turkey in the grip of inflation rates running at over 40%, a high not seen in decades, soaring prices are one of the main issues in the presidential and parliamentary elections on May 14. Some of the most severe impacts of the crisis have been felt by businesses and people alike in Istanbul, Turkey's largest city and the country's economic heart.

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