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Dried apricots: prices remain stable

September 8, 2020 at 12:20 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The market is currently calm and the focus continues to be on the TMO, which has not yet provided any information on purchase volumes and prices. Exports are showing a slight decline compared to last year.

Farmgate prices remain high

Market players indicate that both farmgate and export prices have remained at a stable level for several weeks. Everyone is eagerly awaiting an announcement from the TMO regarding the quantity to be purchased as well as the purchase price. In addition, it is reported that the Covid-19 pandemic is currently not having any noticeable impact on the market. Buyers are hardly profiting from the weak Turkish Lira, because farmgate prices are currently at a record high, which is why export prices are also at a compa

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