The price of a Turkish breakfast staple has risen 40%

Over the past year, daily life has become much more expensive in Turkey. The official inflation rate is now at 21% but could be much higher in reality. The value of the Turkish lira currency has lost nearly half its value this year, leaving businesses and people struggling to pay bills.

The BBC’s Victoria Craig reports from Istanbul.

Producers: Stephen Ryan and Gulsah Karadag.

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