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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
After the bad state of affairs in Turkey’s slowing growth rate, the increase in unemployment rates is also continuing.
The latest growth figures have revealed that Turkey is now face-to-face with a serious growth problem. Even though we are at the top in comparison to other countries, it looks as if we will be talking about the growth problem more in the next term.
The lower than expected inflation figures of August have strengthened the possibility that the Turkish Central Bank will cut interest rates
Market experts were not uneasy when the Turkish Armed Forces (TSK) entered Syria to fight the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL); on the contrary, they were happy
It is obvious that there is “growth concern” behind every decision that has been taken lately in the economic sphere.
The Justice and Development Party (AKP) government, following the failed coup attempt, has brought up economic stimuli again
While markets went back to normal after the unsuccessful coup attempt, the postponed reforms agenda in the economy must be resumed, as the structural problems seen in Turkey’s economy remain exactly as they were and the need for the required measures has become more urgent
All local banks are saying that they are having major difficulty at this time generating confidence in external markets
While measures are taken against the possible short-term negative effects on the markets of the failed coup attempt, its possible medium-long term damage to the economy has also become evident
The recent strong employment data coming from the U.S. has changed estimations regarding the Federal Reserve’s possible interest rate hike
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