Turkey’s current account balance posted a USD 5.56bn deficit in March, growing USD 2.23bn from a year ago, according to the Central Bank. The bank said the country’s 12-month rolling deficit reached USD 24.22bn in March. Goods trade deficit increased USD 3.36bn year-on-year to reach USD 6.34bn. Services item indicated a net surplus of USD...
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Exports were increasing and imports were decreasing earlier this year. Thus, the foreign trade deficit was shrinking and Turkey even showed a trade surplus in October, according to the balance of payments. In addition, tourism income was positive. As a result, we thought that our current account deficit problem was over, or nearly over! But...