Turkey’s economy shrugged off the impact of the earthquakes in February and grew by 0.3% q/q (4.0% y/y) in Q1. GDP growth is likely to remain soft in q/q terms this year, but a continuation of President Erdogan’s policies will keep macro imbalances large and raise the risk of an altogether worse outcome.
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