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Dried apricots: trade at a standstill

October 24, 2023 at 12:11 PM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. Turkish dried apricot growers are not willing to lower their prices and buyers are not responding - the stalemate in the market continues. This is also clearly reflected in the export figures.

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The stalemate in the Turkish dried apricot market continues. Farmers are not willing to deviate from their high price expectations; on the contrary, they assume that there might be further increases. Buyers are not taking the bait and have only stocked up on the bare necessities - the commodity trade is practically at a standstill. Traders also report that there is virtually no demand from overseas - the ongoing war in Ukraine and the fighting in the Middle East are also indirectly affecting many markets and exporters are hardly doing any

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