Turkey’s economy expanded by 0.9% q/q (3.5% y/y) in Q4, but growth remained unbalanced as it was driven largely by private consumption while net trade provided a sizable drag. We think growth will slow towards 2.0% this year, but there is a risk that growth is stronger, keeping inflation pressures intense.
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