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Dried apricots: hopes lie in the second half of the season

December 1, 2020 12:31 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Despite satisfactory exports, exporters in Turkey expect further increases in the second half of the season. However, many factors play a role in this development.

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Turkish market players report that they are satisfied with the export figures for dried apricots so far, but expect these to increase again in the second half of the season. However, this also depends on how the coronavirus pandemic and the situation of the Turkish lira will develop. Last week, the lira was more stable than before. At the same time, official figures were released regarding new coronavirus infections in Turkey, which amount to about 30,000 per day. For this reason, President Erdoğan imposed a curfew,

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