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Dried apricots: price increases on hold for now

November 9, 2021 3:52 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. In contrast to previous weeks, the Turkish apricot market saw a decline in export prices. However, this is not only due to more stable commodity prices, but mainly to the foreign exchange markets.

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After the exorbitant price increases of the last weeks, for which the Turkish market players could not give a conclusive explanation, a little calm has now returned. Farmgate prices have been fluctuating between TRY 55 and 60/kg for two weeks, and since there have been no further massive increases, export prices have not risen any further either. On the contrary, they have decreased slightly compared to last week, but this is mainly due to the foreign exchange markets. Dried apricots, no 2 currently cost USD 6

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