The Dec 17 operation cost the country's publicly traded companies 49 billion dollars, said Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan at the Independent Industrialists and Businessmen Association's meeting held on Thursday.
Babacan said the operation was an attempt of political engineering in terms of timing, methods and content and that they will not allow games to be played on Turkey.
When the names of those allegedly involved in the second wave of the operation are considered, it became evident that the operation's main targets were the Turkish markets, said the deputy PM. "We would never try to cover up corruption. Anyone who has made a mistake will be held accountable in the court of law," Babacan said.
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