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Dried apricots: markets not strongly affected by coronavirus

March 17, 2020 11:22 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. For the time being, the apricot markets do not appear to be strongly affected by the current situation. Nevertheless, trading activities are rather slow and prices have declined slightly. After the number of people infected with the coronavirus in Turkey has increased further, new measures have been announced.

Concerning corona infections, where the number of confirmed cases in Turkey has increased to 47, Turkey has taken additional measures, which are applicable as of today (17.3.). All entertainment and sports activities have been temporarily cancelled and massive travel bans have been imposed.

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