Turkey’s economy recorded substantial growth during the first three quarters of 2017, up by 7.4% compared to a year earlier. This was achieved despite the series of shocks which occurred in the country in 2016. During the third quarter of 2017, the economy expanded by 11.1% from a year earlier – the fastest pace among all G20 economies. Growth has mainly been driven by government support, higher investments, export growth and the recovery in private consumption.
Read more about Turkey’s growth and vulnerability here: TURKEY RECORDS DYNAMIC GROWTH BUT IS INCREASINGLY VULNERABLE TO EXTERNAL FACTORS