Turkey reports higher fertility rate than EU member countries, where the total fertility rate stood at 1.53 births per woman in 2019, according to data released by Eurostat.
Turkish Finance Minister Lutfi Elvan says January inflation figures far from targets as country posts 14.97 percent annual rise in consumer prices for the past month.
According to data released by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), fertility rates in Turkey have fallen below the replacement rate, while legal-age child marriages have declined.
Gross domestic product at current prices amounted to $176.1 billion in the January-March period says the Turkish Statistical Institute.
60.2 percent of married women in Turkey are happy, versus 50.6 percent of married men, say official figures.
"Turkey has shown a very impressive resilience, flexibility, and recovered and stabilised from the financial crisis of last summer," says Ed Parker of Fitch Ratings.
In January, the current account posted an $813-million deficit, improving from a $7-billion deficit in the same month last year.
Trade gap narrowed by 28.4 percent and annual tourism revenue surged 12.3 percent in 2018, figures released by statistical authority and tourism ministry say.
The latest data from TurkStat show Turkey's economy saw an annual hike of 26.9 percent in total turnover in July. Industrial production was up 5.6 percent year-on-year and unemployment in June was steady.
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