Turkish deputy PM says trimming growth forecast would be 'no surprise'

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan said on Wednesday it should be "no surprise" if the government revises down its growth expectations for this year given the global environment, but said it had no immediate plans to do so.

Mr Babacan, whose portfolio includes the economy, told CNBC-e television there was not yet enough statistical evidence from the second quarter to justify a revision, but noted other countries were revising their growth outlooks downwards.

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