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THE RECORD DEBT RATE OF THE PRIVATE SECTOR IN TURKEY

As of January 2018, short-term debts of private companies in Turkey are declared as 18.9 billion dollars excluding trade loans taken from foreign banks. With a rise of 5 billion dollars, long-term debts are declared as 225.7 billion dollars. The Rating agency Moody’s had downgraded Turkey’s rating to Ba2 on March 9 because of private companies’ foreign debts.

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