Turkey has had negative current account balance to GDP for 8 years now. During this period, the highest current account balance of -1.9% of GDP was observed in 2009 followed by the slump. As a result, the all-time of -9.6% low was achieved in 2011.

EC agree with IMF that the percentage of the current account balance in Turkey will be 5.7% of GDP by 2018.

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