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Economic implications of Turkish corruption probe

18 January 2014 Last updated at 02:31 GMT

In Turkey a recent investigation into public sector corruption involving the construction industry has sent shock waves through the country.

The probe saw three ministers resign and prompted a cabinet reshuffle.

Jody Sabral reports from Istanbul on the economic implications of the scandal.

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