Moodys warns Turkey on CA deficit again.

By bne IntelliNews August 4, 2011
Moodys analyst Sarah Carlson told Bloomberg that Moodys have a positive outlook right now, however, the kind of domestic and external imbalances Turkey is running concerns. Carlson addresses the main risk item for Turkish economy as the large current account deficit for one more time. Please note that Sarah Carlson told Bloomberg in June that Turkeys rating could come under downward pressure if the countrys large and growing current account deficit became more difficult to finance.

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