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Turkey's Foreign Exchange Deficit Increases by $ 37 Billion

Turkey's International Investment Position (UYP) extended $ 37 billion deficit in 2014. According to Central Bank data, Turkey's foreign assets increased by 1.8% to 230 million dollars, whereas liabilities incerased by 6.6% to 661 billion dollars

 Thus, the UYP deficit defined as the difference between Turkey’s foreign assets and its liabilities to foreign increased from 394 billion dollars to 431 billion dollars in 2014.

Reserves Decreased

When sub-items are examined, the reserve assets dropped to 127 billion dollars in 2013, other investments increased to 61 billion dollars. However, at the end of 2014, it increased by 13.0% to 169 billion dollars due to direct investment market value and exchange rates.

Portfolio Increased

The highest increase of Turkey's investment liabilities took place in foreign portfolio. Total portfolio investment increased by $24 billion to 154 billion dollars in 2014.  

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