Turkey's Erdogan says to take aim at Moody's following June elections

ISTANBUL, June 14 (Reuters) - Turkish President Tayyip
Erdogan has threatened to take action against Moody's after June
24 elections, his latest broadside against credit rating
agencies that he says are trying to bring down the economy.

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