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Turkey GDP (Q4 2023)

The pick-up in Turkish GDP growth to 1.0% q/q in Q4 was driven by a rebound in private consumption and suggests that aggressive monetary tightening has yet to take the sting out of domestic demand. These figures strengthen the need for the central bank to leave interest rates at 45.00% throughout this year.

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