Turkey plans to pass capital reforms by end-March

December 22, 2009

    ISTANBUL, Dec 22 (Reuters) – Turkey plans to pass a European Union-sought capital markets reform bill through parliament  before the end of March at the latest, the Capital Markets Board chairman said on Tuesday.
   Vedat Akgiray told a conference that the authority to supervise foreign exchange markets was granted to the Capital Markets Board, and he expected a related regulation to become law in the first two weeks of January. (Reporting by Birsen Altayli)
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