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Dried figs: market shows little activity

April 6, 2021 at 12:05 PM , Der AUDITOR
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AYDIN. Market players report little trading activity and do not expect much movement in the course of Ramadan, either. Exports, meanwhile, have settled at last year's level.

Lira is still volatile

Turkish market players report a quiet market where exporters are currently busy working off their existing orders. Although Ramadan is approaching, traders do not expect demand to increase significantly and there will be little trading activity during the festivities. Meanwhile, farmers' focus is on the weather conditions, which will determine the development of the fig trees. Farmgate prices continue to fluctuate between TRY 24 and 30/kg and it is even more difficult to set reliable export prices. The Turkish lira still shows i

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