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Dunya Talks Down Prospect of Lower Inflation into Year-End

TURKEY
  • Domestic newsflow particularly light in Turkey Friday, but Dunya write on the prospects of inflation headed into 2023, with the inflation rate expected to slow (thereby ‘inflation falling’), however prices will remain stubbornly high across the rest of this year and into 2023, despite any claims of success from the central authorities.
  • Addressing ministers yesterday, Finance Minister Nebati eased concerns of domestic energy supply issues, saying “Our warehouses are full of gas”. He also spoke on inflation which he expects to be “down” as of December.
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