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Apricots: Who will last longer?

October 28, 2016 at 10:20 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Many had hoped to gain important impulses from the SIAL. Now, disappointment spreads, instead.

A tricky situation
The market situation for apricots remains unchanged. Not even the SIAL could do anything about that. Although some contracts were concluded, not enough by far to provide some fresh impetus on the market. Prices have remained steady for weeks now, and buyers are still exercising restraint. They are waiting for lower prices. However, farmers are refusing to lower their prices.

dried apricots, Turkey




no. 2



no. 4



no. 6



diced, 5x8 mm



FOB Mersin

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apricots, dried, sulphured, no. 2, 5.1 - 2.8

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