$ 20 billion left in nine months
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The economy of Turkey does not strengthen its strength from blow to get stronger ones. After the unemployment rate revealed the country's record since last year, one of the most challenging MPs of statistics emerged about being a " travel from foreign investments.
According to the former head of the Republican Republic Party, Akyut Erdogan, there are data on payment of payments issued by Bank; Central, showing that the assets of rural investors were to; giving Turkey for the high-interest, and Turkish money, leaving the country at a fast pace, The exchange rate of lira against foreign currency.
"According to numbers, the first nine months of this year left 20 billion out of local capital, payments and capital deposits," said the "Zaman" newspaper, as Erdogan said .
And the defending party leader, foreign capital size, who entered the country fell in 2018 to a third of what he was last year.
Of a Turkish economy
The Turkish economy received a new beat Thursday today, announcing the increase in unemployment rates in the country, a record since last year, among other emergency victims of Ankara, to in particular the local money to & # 39; go down.
Turkey unemployment rose to 11.1 per cent from July to August this year, the highest point since last year, which showed government data.
Unemployment in Turkey reached 10.6 per cent in the same period last year, but 40 per cent of Turkey's liraure this year has dropped dramatically in the country's economy.
New government data showed unemployment unemployment rate was not 13.2 percent higher than July and September this year.
Moody said on November 9 that "a world of distance" is waiting for the economy of Turkey the following year, especially after Turkish turmoil is going to have a " Worst registration this year.
According to Bloomberg, this year's decline in flute will poorly translate economic problems due to its growth. appear in improved and emerging markets.
The redundancies come as an International Monetary Fund (IMF) that Turkey's economic growth can drop to 0.4 per cent in 2019, from 3.5 per cent this year.
"A weak piece and lending costs will rise to investment and consumption reflection," said the IMF in a report.
On August 10th, the lyre struck up this year, with its "" process; dropped 18 per cent in trade, and lost almost 40 percent since the beginning of the year.