Moscow. December 10. The growth of the Turkish economy in the third quarter significantly exceeded forecasts of analysts, The Wall Street Journal writes. GDP increased by 4% compared to July-September last year, reported the statistics Bureau.
Experts on average had expected increase only 2.7%. In the second quarter, the rise was 3.8%.
Adjusted for calendar and seasonal factors, the economy in the last quarter grew by 1.3% relative to April-June and by 5.4% compared with the third quarter of 2014.