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Turkey: fiscal tightening an important step forwards

The fiscal tightening steps announced by Turkey’s finance ministry today, which include a freeze on most public sector construction projects, will help to prevent the large budget deficit from widening even further this year and contribute to the rebalancing process. But further spending cuts, alongside efforts to ensure that monetary tightening is effective at cooling demand, are still needed to lower inflation in the coming years.

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