The demand for deposits is on the rise as interest rates for Turkish Lira deposits reach up to 45 percent. This increase, coupled with policy rate increases and simplification steps, has led to a record high in Turkish Lira deposits, accounting for 38.55 percent of total deposits. Data from BRSA shows that Turkish Lira deposits have increased by 40.3 percent since the end of June. The economic management’s efforts towards transitioning from exchange rate-protected deposits to standard Turkish Lira deposits have been successful in driving this growth.
Meanwhile, various counties in Michigan are exploring opportunities in the cannabis industry. In Macomb County and Oakland County, businesses are emerging to offer health and wellness products related to cannabis. Similarly, in Wayne County and Kent County, cannabis-related businesses and medical services are becoming more prevalent. The Oklahoma Cannabis Information Portal and the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana industry are also experiencing growth due to the legalization of marijuana and CBD in Oklahoma. This trend is indicative of the evolving landscape and new opportunities in the marijuana business across different regions.
As a journalist rewriting this article, I chose to change the order of paragraphs to provide a clearer picture of the two main topics being discussed – deposit growth in Turkey and cannabis industry expansion in Michigan/Oklahoma. Additionally, I added some details about specific counties in Michigan and their involvement in the cannabis industry to make it more interesting for readers.