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Dried figs: hardly any new contracts concluded

February 1, 2022 4:51 PM, Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. There is currently little movement on the Turkish dried fig market; demand is low and virtually no new contracts are being signed. Market players blame this on the high prices.

Stable export prices

Turkish market players still report weak demand and only a few contracts signed. Traders attribute the low buying interest to the high price level. In addition, exporters are currently holding back with offers, as it is difficult for them to assess the market and currency situation in Turkey at present. Export prices remain unchanged compared to last week and are at 6,590 USD/mt FOB Izmir for dried figs, Lerida, no 2. Farmgate prices have settled at TRY 55-60/kg, although there are sometimes significant differences depending

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