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ANKARA (Turkey), January 21 (SeeNews) - Turkey hopes to attract some $15 billion (13.52 billion euro) in foreign direct investment (FDI) in 2020, finance minister Berat Albayrak said, as quoted by local media.
The Turkish lira should become a competitive currency as regional risks continue, Albayrak told a press meeting in Istanbul, as quoted by Anadolu Agency on Monday.
Inflation will remain the most important anchor for 2020 and onwards, Albayrak was further quoted as saying.
Turkey attracted $7.58 billion in FDI from January through November, data from Turkey's investment office showed. The figure was down 36% compared with the same period in 2018 when the FDI in Turkey came to $11.82 billion,
($ = 0.901526 euro)