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Dried apricots: eerie silence in the market

November 14, 2023 at 11:30 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The Turkish apricot market is calmer than ever before, even the production facilities are largely at a standstill. Exports clearly reflect the market situation.

Trade largely at a standstill

For the past month and a half, the Turkish dried apricot market has been quieter than ever before. Buyers are not willing to buy at current prices and are only stocking up on the bare essentials - often not even that. Growers are nevertheless steadfastly refusing to lower their commodity prices. The current lack of activity has also led to many companies temporarily closing their production facilities and only working on call. Farmers are still expecting further price increases after the turn of the year, but exporters are of a differen

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