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Hazelnuts: only farmers are satisfied

November 9, 2020 at 11:39 AM, Der AUDITOR
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ORDU. According to market players, there is widespread dissatisfaction in the Turkish hazelnut market, while the effects of last week's political and economic developments have yet to take shape.

Hardly any interest in long-term contracts

Even if they were not able to achieve their desired prices, only the Turkish hazelnut farmers are currently satisfied with the market development. However, market experts doubt that the high farmgate prices can be maintained in the long term. There are too many unclear factors in the market.

Exports since the start of the season are not only well below the very good results of last year, they also fail to meet expectations. After initial difficulties at the start, exporters are now very willing to sell. However

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