Turkey's budget drafted for the next year does not foresee any financing from the International Monetary Fund, or IMF, officials of the Turkish Treasury said on Friday.

Turkish Treasury plans an external borrowing of 9 billion USD in 2010, 5.5 billion of which from Eurobond and 3.5 billion from the World Bank and the European Investment Bank financing.

Turkey plans to borrow 2 billion USD from the World Bank in 2010, 1.25 billion in the first quarter of the year and 750 million in the second half, officials said.

Turkish Parliament will begin debates on the 2010 budget next week. The budget is estimated at 286.93 billion liras.

If an IMF financing is secured next year, that money would be used to repay internal debts, Treasury officials said.

On growth figures, officials said 3.3 percent contraction in the third quarter was in line with expectations, adding that no revision was considered necessary for 6 percent contraction for the whole year.