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Dried apricots: farmgate prices continue to rise

February 2, 2021 11:11 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. There is little movement on the apricot market at the moment. However, a shortage of goods and a stronger Turkish lira are causing prices to rise

Eagerly awaiting the flowering period

Turkish market players report that markets are rather quiet at the moment. Nevertheless, they continue to see rising commodity prices and a stronger Turkish lira, currently at EUR 1 to TRY 8.67. Exporters are sticking to their tactic of quoting prices conditionally on a daily basis to counteract the constant exchange rate fluctuations. All market players are keeping a close eye on the weather over the next two months, which will be decisive for the outcome of the new crop. Especially the flowering period starting in Ma

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