Turkey’s government will update its economic programme and plans to publish the document early next month, Vice President Fuat Oktay said on Monday.
The programme will be extended to cover a three-year period between 2022 and 2024, Oktay said in televised comments ahead of a meeting of the government’s Economic Coordination Council.
Turkey is forecasting improvements in the current account deficit and slower inflation, Oktay said. He said the country’s exports would total more than $200 billion this year and the government was aiming for a figure of $210 billion.
The council, established in June last year, aims to strengthen coordination between economic institutions in Turkey and ensure economic stability, Oktay said.