Moody's: “Turkey is luckier when compared to the situation in 2001”

Gaste - Kristin Lindow, Vice President of the credit rating agency Moody, has commented on the possible effects of the global crisis on Turkey. Having said that the economy and markets of Turkey are much stronger and much more flexible compared to their situation in 2001, Lindow has stated that Turkey, therefore, has not affected much by the effects of this crisis so far.