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Dried figs: 2020 hard facts and figures

August 17, 2020 8:44 AM, Der AUDITOR
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The most important data provided in a clearly structured Excel file containing production volumes, import and export data and price observations.

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-Global production data for the individual producing countries (2016/2017-2020/2021)
- Import and export data for Germany (2017-2019)
-EU import and export data (2017-2019)
-2015-2020 weekly price observations for figs, dried, Lerida no. 2 (>240 prices)
-2015-2020 weekly price observations for figs, dried, Lerida no 4 (>240 prices)


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