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Dried apricots: positive start to the export season

September 15, 2020 11:32 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Contrary to initial concerns, the coronavirus pandemic has so far not had a significant impact on dried apricot exports. The wait for the TMO continues.

Commodity exchange enforces licensed warehousing

The TMO has still not provided any information on their purchase prices and quantities and market players are waiting impatiently for clarity. Export prices continue to be stable and are at USD 3.72/kg FOB Izmir for dried apricots, No 2. Meanwhile, good news is coming from the commodity exchange, as it was able to push through the introduction of licensed warehousing, which is considered by the TMO to be the most important requirement for purchasing its products. The eyes of the public and 50,000 producers a

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