INTERVIEW-Turkish auto market seen shrinking 20 pct in 2009


* Follows 10-15 pct fall this year - Ibrahim Aybar * Need to free up credit, adds industry association chairman * Market also needs to see other support * Still signs of consumer interest By Daren Butler ISTANBUL, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Turkish automotive market sales are expected to shrink 20 percent next year in response to the global financial crisis and economic slowdown, the head of a Turkish automotive association said on Friday. Turkey's car industry, which has grown ...

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