Turkey: Central bank rates decision critical for growth

Rosenbaum, Andrew Jay
December 2015
Journal of Turkish Weekly;12/22/2015, p62
The article considers the implications of the Turkish central bank's interest rate decision for the future economic growth of Turkey. Topic discussed include the economic implications of the country's monetary policy, the economists' view that the central bank with hold rates at their current levels, and the rising inflation in the country in 2015.


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