Turkish central bank sees fall in energy, food inflation in March – minutes

ISTANBUL, March 31 The Turkish Central Bank said
on Thursday leading indicators suggested a notable decline in
food inflation in March while annual energy inflation was
envisaged to fall further due to the base effect.

In the minutes of last week’s monetary policy committee
meeting, the bank said recent indicators showed the economy
continued to grow steadily in the first quarter, with private
demand expected to rise modestly.

(Writing by Daren Butler; Editing by David Dolan)


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