Major international agencies including WB, IMF, UN, EC and OECD present line graphs of the real GDP growth in Turkey fluctuating from 2009 to 2016. According to OECD, GDP growth reached the highest level of 9.4% in 2004 followed by a decline until 2009 with the value of -4.8%.
Also, all graphs predict the increase of GDP growth in the near future.
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