June 20 (Bloomberg) -- Turkey’s banking regulator has no plans for steps to limit growth of home or automobile loans, an official at the Ankara-based watchdog said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
The regulator over the weekend announced steps to increase costs to banks of consumer lending. There’s no preparatory work for additional measures to cover home or car loans, the official said.
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