The Turkish government and finance sector are working to cushion the impact of coronavirus on the economy, the head of Turkey’s Foreign Economic Relations Board (DEIK) said Tuesday.

State and private lenders joined the fight against the pandemic by postponing loans and easing accessing finance, Nail Olpak told Anadolu Agency.

“We’re witnessing new developments and situations every day, and for this reason, we’re experiencing a dynamic process,” he said.

He added: “However, under the leadership of our President [Recep Tayyip Erdogan], our economic administration takes quick measures for our citizens and the business world.”

Erdogan last week announced several

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