Turkey's strength is its financial system: Yilmaz

The key factor enhancing the resilience of Turkish economy to the global crisis is the stability achieved in Turkey's financial system, said Durmus Yilmaz, the governor of the country's central bank.

Yilmaz said that since the emergence of the global financial crisis, unlike its emerging-market peers, the Turkish banking system had not required a cash stimulus plan. He said that the restructuring plans and reforms, which were put into practice in the aftermath of the 2001 financial crisis at the

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