Since 2004 Turkey has had the common downward trend of general government gross debt to GDP. The exception was the year 2009 with the rise of 6% considering with the previous year. Also, this thirteen-year period saw government debt remained stable twice: in 2008 and 2013.

IMF who gives a forecast beyond 2018 predicts the government debt in Turkey to continue falling to 27.5% by 2021.

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