The large increases in industrial production and retail sales in Turkey in January suggest that the economy got off to a strong start in early 2023. Activity will have been disrupted from the earthquakes last month, but this is likely to have been localised and the latest survey data for February suggest that any impact on the manufacturing sector was limited.
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