Healthy liquidity and staggered debt maturities “should shield most rated Turkish non-financial companies’ credit quality from potential refinancing risks,” said Moody’s in a note on Tuesday.
This is despite sharply deteriorating conditions in Turkey, with poor GDP growth, challenging financial conditions and a weak currency.
However, London-based loans bankers said
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