RaboResearch - Economisch Onderzoek

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Country Report Turkey (Engelstalig)

After nearly overheating in 2011, Turkey’s economic growth came to a halt in 2012, as the government and Central Bank successfully cooled domestic demand and reined in the massive influx of portfolio investments.

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Turkey (Country Update) (Engelstalig)

Turkey's economy appears to be headed for a soft-landing, after nearly overheating in 2011. While domestic demand growth came to a halt, exports took over as the main driver of growth. For 2012, we expect growth to come in at roughly 3%.

Conjunctuurbeeld

Economic Update Emerging Markets (Engelstalig)

Several emerging markets continue to experience a slowdown in growth. Growth in 12Q2 went down in both Russia and Turkey, while growth in China is likely to slow down further in Q3 as well. Meanwhile, industrial production in Mexico remained strong.

Special

Turkey: Achievements and challenges (Special) (Engelstalig)

Over the past decade, Turkey broke with its turbulent past, while positioning itself as a regional power. It now enjoys stable public finances and a well-regulated financial sector. But, despite these achievements many challenges remain.

Economisch commentaar

Turkey: keeping heads cool helps (Engelstalig)

While Turkey’s industrial production growth is slowing, both inflation and the current account deficit remain elevated, suggesting that the central bank must not ease policy just yet.

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Turkey (Country update) (Engelstalig)

Slower growth in the second quarter helped calm the economy, thereby reducing the risk of overheating the Turkish economy. Another concern is that the domestic credit growth rate is expected to reach roughly 35% in 2011 (from 27% in 2010).

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Turkey (Country report) (Engelstalig)

The sudden contraction of the economy in 2009 was followed by a rapid recovery in 2010. Although the economy of Turkey is known for its flexibility, the risk of overheating has moved to the forefront.