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Turkey: Erdogan’s monetary policy is bad news for the economy

Overview

Turkish monetary-policy decisions have been significantly influenced by politics as President Recep Erdoğan relentlessly pushes for lower interest rates to boost the country’s economic growth and investment. As a result, the Central Bank’s (CBRT) freedom to manoeuvre has been restricted and its credibility has been questioned in many quarters. We think the institution’s credibility will be further eroded in April, when the mandate of the current Governor, Erdem Başçi, expires. We...

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