Turkish treasury says June cash surplus $199 million
the cash surplus was $222 million and the primary surplus, which excludes interest payments, was $8 billion
Turkey posted a cash surplus of 536 million lira ($199.2 million) in May and a cash primary deficit of $1 billion, Treasury data showed on Tuesday.
In the first six months of the year, the cash surplus was $231 million and the primary surplus, which excludes interest payments, was $8 billion, the data showed.
The cash budget measures the money the Treasury actually receives and pays out.
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