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(ECO) REAL SECTOR CONFIDENCE INDEX GOES DOWN.

ANKARA, Jun 24, 2010 (TUR) -- The Turkish Central Bank's Real Sector Confidence Index went down 3.4 points in June when compared to the previous month and was recorded as 111.7 points.

The expected production volume in the next three months, orders placed for exports in the next three months, total orders received in the past three months, general economic situation in the next period and evaluations regarding the present volume of orders all negatively affected the index.

Below are values for the Central Bank's Real Sector Confidence Index for May and June 2010:

MAY 2010 JUNE 2010

Real Sector Confidence Index 115.1 111.7

Total amount of orders 83.6 81.9

Amount of products in stock 98.3 99.5

Production volume (next 3 months) 133.8 124.0

Total employment (next 3 months) 113.8 115.1

Total orders received (last 3 months) 132.9 127.2

Export orders received (next 3 months) 127.8 119.6

Fixed capital spendings for investments 108.0 109.1

General situation 122.9 117.4

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