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Find the annual (yearly) real and nominal GDP numbers for Turkey from TCMB for the recent past. Use the EVDS system and TUIK data. Describe the source and definition of the data used. Report on a table and plot these two on the same graph. What has been happening to the Turkish GDP measured both ways? How do you interpret your graph?
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