Turkish chief financial officers more optimistic now

AA - Turkish chief financial officers have a more positive outlook than they had three months ago, according to a survey conducted by Deloitte, a major international accounting and consulting firm, and the weekly Economist.

The survey was conducted among 63 CFOs. Some 75.6 percent of them said they are more optimistic about the future, while 65 percent chose to remain conservative in assessing the measures taken against the crisis.

The CFOs are not predicting a rapid increase in demand for their products and services and have therefore postponed their expectations for positive developments until the second half of 2010.