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Ali Babacan

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Ali Babacan's Biography

Ali Babacan (Turkish pronunciation: [aˈli babaˈdʒan]; born 4 April 1967 in Ankara, Turkey) is a Turkish politician and the current Deputy Prime Minister of Turkey responsible for the Economy. He was previously Minister of Economy in the 58th cabinet from the Justice and Development Party (AK Party). On August 29, 2007, he was named Minister of Foreign Affairs of in the cabinet of re-elected Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. Babacan succeeded Abdullah Gül, who became President.

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Turkey's PM Erdogan, Deputy PM Ali Babacan and Central Bank Governor Basci pose with the new symbol of Turkish Lira in Ankara
Turkey's PM Erdogan, Deputy PM Ali Babacan and Central Bank Governor Basci pose with the new symbol of Turkish Lira in Ankara
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  • Turkey, Malaysia to sign FTA today

      News Source: Turkish Press | 12 hours ago
    Turkey and Malaysia will sign a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) Thursday marking the 50th year of bilateral relations between the two countries during Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak's official visit to Turkey...University of Economics and Technology.
  • Feathers Fly As Top Turkish Officials Square Off Over Twitter Ban

      News Source: National Public Radio | 28 days ago
    The hashtag #TwitterblockedinTurkey quickly spread upon news of the ban, and the country's own president tweeted his disdain. As we reported Thursday , Erdogan is running for re-election amid accusations of corruption buoyed by alleged evidence that
  • Turkish Twitter ban draws public fury, sets PM at odds with president

      News Source: Daily News & Analysis | 28 days ago
    Turkey's ban on Twitter ahead of bitterly contested elections sparked public fury over a "digital coup" on Friday, brought international condemnation and triggered a rift between prime minister and president. Courts blocked access to Twitter after

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