Nearly a month after Turkish President continued a slow decline.
Measures to curb inflation, address economic crisis
Earlier this week, Justice Minister Yilmaz Tunc said Turkey is working on extending a measure limiting annual rent increases to a maximum of 25 percent.
The government introduced the measure in a bid to curb inflation in June last year, a measure set to expire next month.
“We are working (on it), it will get done,” Tunc said.
On Tuesday, Labour Minister Vedat Isikhan also announced a 34 percent increase in the country’s monthly minimum wage to 11,402 lira ($483).