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|15th Prime Minister of Turkey|
15 April 1973 –26 January 1974
|Preceded by||Ferit Melen|
|Succeeded by||Bülent Ecevit|
|Minister of Trade of Turkey|
22 May 1972 –15 April 1973
|Prime Minister||Ferit Melen|
|Minister of Trade of Turkey|
11 December 1971 –22 May 1972
|Prime Minister||Nihat Erim|
|Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey|
14 July 1967 –11 December 1971
|Born||22 July 1919|
Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
|Died||15 May 1998 78) (aged|
|Resting place||Zincirlikuyu Cemetery, Istanbul|
|Alma mater||Istanbul University|
Mehmet Naim Talu (22 July 1919 – 15 May 1998) was a Turkish economist, banker, politician and former Prime Minister of Turkey.
Naim Talu was born in Istanbul in 1919. He was educated at Kabataş Erkek Lisesi. After graduating with a degree in economics from Istanbul University in 1943, he worked for a while in Sümerbank, a state owned textile company. He transferred to the Central Bank of Turkey in 1946. He became the general director of the bank in 1967 after serving one year as deputy. Following the reorganization of the Central Bank in 1970, he was appointed Governor of this institution. He died in Istanbul in 1998.
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| Governor of the Central Bank of Turkey |
14 July 1967–11 December 1971
| Prime Minister of Turkey |
15 April 1973–26 January 1974