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Dried apricots: commodity prices reach historic high

December 14, 2021 at 2:20 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Various factors, including the chaos in the Turkish financial market, have caused farmgate prices for dried apricots to reach unprecedented heights - and further increases are very likely.

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Prices on the apricot market are reaching new highs. This is especially true for farmgate prices, which are now at TRY 70-75/kg. However, factors such as well-running exports, high demand and the further devaluation of the Turkish lira are leading market players to believe that an end to the increases is not in sight; in the near future, commodity prices are expected to rise to TRY 80/kg. Meanwhile, rumours are even doing the rounds that up to TRY 100/kg are possible. A historic record high has already been reached,

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