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Dried apricots: panic is spreading

December 12, 2023 at 2:42 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The continuing stagnation in the market, price declines and low exports are causing great concern among growers and exporters. The situation could even get worse in January.

Exporters dread January

The dried apricot market in Turkey has been stagnating for several weeks now, and slowly but surely farmers and exporters are starting to panic. The stagnation is clearly reflected in the weak exports and commodity prices have fallen again by TRY 10-15/kg compared to last week. This time, these declines are also reflected in export prices, which are USD 100/mt lower than last week. Growers' biggest concern is that sales will remain weak in the new year and that traders and exporters are not interested in buying from them, which makes it all

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