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The consequences of Turkey’s inflation problem

There is mounting evidence that the Turkish central bank’s pursuit of loose monetary policy has caused inflation expectations to become unanchored, risking an upward wage-price spiral. As we explain in this Focus, higher inflation is likely to be accompanied by slower GDP growth, a weaker lira and a rise in local currency bond yields.

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