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A deep dive into Turkey’s latest credit boom

Turkey’s credit boom that started towards the end of last year has been turbocharged in recent months and this should provide some welcome support to the economy as it emerges from the coronavirus crisis. That said, the nature of the lending reinforces our concerns regarding another credit-fuelled consumption binge, the growing influence of state banks and the outlook for the public finances.

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