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Dried apricots: export prices reach “reasonable level“

November 23, 2021 12:49 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The recent decisions of the Turkish Central Bank have had an impact on both commodity and export prices and as the latest INC data show, Turkey is still the most important producing country this season.

Export prices fall, farmgate prices stable

The decisions of the Turkish central bank to cut the key interest rate again, so that it is now 15%, is also having an impact on the dried apricot market. Accordingly, there is no relief in sight for farmgate prices; they have settled at a level of TRY 55-60/kg and market players do not expect price reductions soon. They expect prices to remain stable for the time being and, if there are any changes, they are more likely to move upwards. Meanwhile, export prices have fallen noticeably due to the devaluat

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