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Dried apricots: sharp rise in prices

March 14, 2023 at 3:53 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. While trading is still rather difficult in Malatya in Turkey, prices have surged for dried apricots. Things are far from normal.

Businesses move to Aydin

Although many people are trying their very best to resume normal lives again after the earthquakes hit in February, this is hardly possible in the area, which is still witnessing aftershocks. Many people have also moved away and labour is in short supply according to local traders. Most businesses have, in fact, stopped operating and many are trying to move to Aydin, Turkey's production hub for figs.

Water supplies are still a problem

Flowering is about to start in the apricot orchards. As some trees are, how

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