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Dried apricots: no price increases in sight

December 6, 2022 at 10:13 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Prices on the apricot market are largely stable, with market players not expecting any increases for the time being. Exports continue to decline.

Weak demand

As in previous weeks, the Turkish apricot market continues to be quiet with little trading activity. Especially on the domestic market there is little movement, while exporters are processing their existing orders. Growers say they are satisfied with prices so far this season, but those who still have stocks have little hope for further price increases. The prevailing opinion in the market at present is rather the opposite and assumes price declines, especially after the Christmas season; weak demand is expected here.

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