Turkish president assures Turkey’s aim to reach steady pricing system
(MENAFN) The Turkish president made a statement on Saturday that hopefully not far from this time, Turkey is going to repress present price movements and currency fluctuations to a rational and steady line.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan stated in the opening ceremony at the southeastern province of Siirt, that the government is always going to support manufacturers and those who offer occupation with low-interest rates.
Taking about the upcoming year’s least salary, which is set to be specified in December, Erdogan highlighted: "We will relieve our low-income people a little more by setting the minimum wage at a level that will compensate for losses."
On the nation's Central Bank reserves, he declared that under the almost last 20 years his Justice and Development (AK) Party has been in control, the bank's reserves have increased significantly from USD27.5 billion to reach USD126 billion.
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