In 1993 and early 1994 Turkish banks borrowed abroad at
In 1993 and early 1994, Turkish banks borrowed abroad at relatively low interest rates to fund their lending at home. The banks earned high profits because rampant inflation in Turkey forced up domestic interest rates. At the same time, Turkey’s central bank was intervening in the foreign exchange market to maintain the value of the Turkish lira. Comment on the Turkish banks’ funding strategy.

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