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2010 OECD Economic Surveys: Turkey 2010

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This 2010 edition of OECD's periodical review of Turkey's economy examines sustaining the post-crisis recovery and mitigating future macroeconomic volatility, fostering sound integration with the global capital market, and regulatory reforms to unlock long-term growth.

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Fostering sound integration with the global capital market

Turkey, like other fast-growing emerging countries, has significantly improved its terms of integration with the global capital market before as well as after the international crisis. Emerging markets’ risk premia and interest rates are driven primarily by worldwide investment conditions and risk appetite, but steady progress in national economic fundamentals in the 2000s has considerably enhanced Turkey’s credibility and reduced capital costs. In comparison to peer countries, Turkey has enjoyed a strong fall in risk premia, an important decline in domestic interest rates, but improvement in credit ratings has been comparatively slower.

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