23 May 2012A Singapore-based investment company is planning to make new investments in Turkey.
An executive of the Franklin Templeton said that the company did not take into consideration the economic outlooks international rating organizations announced for Turkey.
The company would continue to make investments in Turkey, and it was planning to make new investments in Turkey in the future, Mark Mobius, the executive chairman of emerging markets group of Franklin Templeton, told AA correspondent in an exclusive interview.
Mobius defined Turkish economy as dynamic, and said Turkey would continue to be a center of attraction for international investors all around the world.
Despite Euro zone crisis, Turkey would curb inflation, Mobius also said.
Franklin Templeton Investments is a global investment manager. At the core of the company business are multiple world-class investment management groups - Franklin, Templeton and Mutual Series - each operating independently and offering their distinct perspectives to financial advisors and their clients.