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Dried apricots: situation is deadlocked

December 19, 2023 at 11:39 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Although there is almost no demand, farmers in Turkey are still refusing to lower their commodity prices. Traders and exporters are becoming increasingly desperate as exports have declined sharply year-on-year.

Markets at a standstill

As there is still virtually no buying interest on the Turkish dried apricot market and sellers are now very desperate, market players had firmly expected growers to lower their commodity prices more than has been the case so far - but this has not materialised. On the contrary, farmers are insisting on their current price levels and have indicated that there will not be any declines in the near future. As a result, the markets remain extremely quiet and most processing companies have also stopped working for the time being as they are not rec

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