EDIRNE — Turkey's economy is in a much better condition compared to many European countries' economies and grew 3.5 times over the last decade, Yigit Bulut, Chief Advisor to the Turkish Prime Minister has announced.
In a speech delivered in Turkey's western Edirne province on Tuesday, Bulut compared Turkey's economic power to Europe, saying: "We have much better economic credentials compared to all European countries, with the exception of Germany."
"Italy's public debt and GDP ratio is 114%, while Spain's is 120%, France is at 110% and Turkey 33%." "If Turkey continues to grow as it did over the last decade, a $2.4 trillion Turkey will surface," he added.
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