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Dried apricots: growers reduce prices

November 23, 2023 at 3:03 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. After demand tended towards zero, Turkish apricot growers finally gave in and lowered their commodity prices. However, the success they had hoped for has yet to materialise.

Still hardly any buying interest

On the Turkish apricot market, growers, who had long refused to lower their prices despite the lack of demand, have now changed their minds. Commodity prices have fallen by TRY 15-20/kg compared to last week, but buying interest has not yet picked up noticeably. The problem is that the exporters themselves are hardly receiving any purchase enquiries and are therefore not stocking up on goods that they may be stuck with. For this reason, they continue to buy only according to acute demand.

Market players also state that the ap

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