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Turkey: Commitments by Fiscal Year (in millions of dollars)*
*Amounts include IBRD and IDA commitments
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Martin Raiser, Country Director, Turkey
Country Director for Turkey
Turkey Regular Economic Note, Dec 2014
A weak GDP print in the third quarter means end-year growth is likely to come in just above 3 percent, mainly due to a reduction in inventories, with other components of domestic demand signaling improvements.
Turkey's Transitions: Integration, Inclusion, Institutions (cover)
This report is addressed to policy makers from other emerging markets and from Turkey itself. To the former, it offers lessons in how Turkey progressed towards international integration and increased social inclusion. To the latter - a narrative of the country’s achievements and remaining challenges going forward.
Report: Evaluation of the EU-Turkey Customs Union (Kapikule Gümrük Kapısı, border crossing)
The report highlights the impacts of the customs union and argues that it has brought greater benefits than a simple free trade agreement would have, but more can still be done to improve trade between the parties.
The World Bank is seeking an individual consultant - Disaster Risk Management Analyst - to conduct research, improve knowledge management and communications, and work with the DRM Team based in Ankara. Interested consultants are invited to submit expressions of interest, no later than March 16, 2015, in English, electronically through eConsultant2.
Pathways to the middle class in Turkey: Izmir.
Most of the remarkable poverty reduction in the 2000s has been driven by growth. Turkey has also achieved sustained consumption growth of the bottom 40 percent of the population.