Turkish Finance Minister Lutfi Elvan said on Friday that he expects the economy to grow by 6% in the first quarter, as suggested by the economic indicators.

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“Expected this trend to continue with the support of external demand.”

“Government’s priorities are price stability, controlling current account deficit, boosting labor market.”

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