Shiego Katsu, the vice president of the World Bank, departed from Turkey on Thursday after concluding talks, reported World bulletin.
Katsu will prepare a report in Washington D.C.
Within the scope of "Country Cooperation Strategy" formed with the World Bank, Turkey will use 6.2 billion USD loan for 2008-2011.
Katsu and Turkish State Minister Mehmet Simsek traveled to southeastern province of Gaziantep last week to meet with economy and industry circles.
Katsu proceeded to Istanbul on Monday and met executives of Akbank, Turkish Industrialists' & Businessmen's Association (TUSIAD) as well as some business circles to discuss impacts of global financial crisis.
Katsu, who also met executives of Treasury and State Planning Organization (DPT), assessed Turkey's progress report at a meeting with ambassadors of EU countries in Turkey.