Q3 GDP figures due next week are likely to show that Turkey’s economic recovery has continued and we think that year-on-year growth could reach as high as 5-6% in Q4 and early 2020. But policy loosening and rapid credit growth risk fuelling a fresh build-up of macro imbalances.
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