Turkey said on Tuesday that economic growth will pick up this year to 4 percent or more and inflation will fall.
The World Bank, however, warned that the country was facing a wider current account deficit.
Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek told a news conference the economy grew around 3 percent last year and was heading up in 2013 to at least 4 percent. Inflation was expected to fall to 5.3 percent this year from 6.16 percent in 2012.
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