The collapse in Turkish industrial production and retail sales in March add to the evidence that, even though the government refrained from imposing draconian lockdown measures, the economy probably contracted over Q1. More timely data suggest that the figures for April will be worse and we have pencilled in an 8.3% drop in GDP for this year as a whole.
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