Turkey will no longer take loans from the IMF

Турция больше не будет брать кредиты у МВФ

Aplazii in Turkey exceeded the figures of 2003. In August of this year, consumer prices rose by an average of 17.9%

Turkey no longer intends to apply to the international monetary Fund (IMF) for loans. This was stated by the President of the country Recep Tayyip Erdogan, reports AA Sunday, October 7.

“Today Turkey does not need loans and other technical support from the IMF,” – said Erdogan.

He added that “the issue of lending from the IMF permanently closed”.

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Recall that in early September, the inflation rate in Turkey exceeded the figures of 2003. In August of this year, consumer prices rose by an average of 17.9% compared to the previous month. Due to the fall of the Lira to an annual minimum has decreased the value of the Euro.

 

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