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Turkey’s widening budget deficit: red flag or red herring?

The recent loosening of fiscal policy in Turkey seems, in part, to be a justified response to the economic slump following last year’s coup attempt. But any sign that it represents the start of a more fundamental shift away from fiscal orthodoxy would remove one of the key pillars of macroeconomic stability.

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