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Dried apricots: the market is upside down

September 21, 2021 4:50 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Last week, market players were still hoping for an end to the price rally - and are now disappointed, as apricot prices continue to rise. Exporters are facing massive problems as a result.

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The Turkish dried apricot market is not calming down at the moment. Farmgate prices have now risen to almost TRY 50/kg; at the beginning of the season they were around TRY 28/kg. Last week, market players were still expecting prices to settle at a high of TRY 40/kg. These massive price increases, which do not seem to have an end in sight for the time being, lead to various difficulties, especially for exporters. Due to the uncertain situation, they are not quoting export prices at the moment, as they cannot guarantee th

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