Newsletters & Press

January 2020

According to IMF and World Bank new estimates, Turkey should experience a return to growth in 2020 at around 3%, a scenario much more optimistic than advanced in 2019 by those two institutions which forecast growth at around 0% or 1%. The World Bank stresses that activity should rebound at a faster rate than expected as domestic demand improves. A rebound that could strengthen if international trade risks were to ease. For 2021, the World Bank forecasts growth of 4%, slightly below the forecasts of the Turkish government which anticipates 5% until 2022.

Read the newsletter (in French) - January 2020