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Pine nuts: the market is reviving

June 17, 2020 3:28 PM, Der AUDITOR
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BEIJING. The Chinese pine nut trade is slowly recovering.

Demand is growing

Market players report the first sales in months. At first the import of raw nuts from Russia proved to be difficult, then purchase enquiries were delayed. In the meantime, both purchasing and sales are running more smoothly again. Similar to the last weeks the export prices for Pinus Sibirica, 950 psc/100g are currently at a level of USD 16.600 per metric tonne CFR Hamburg.

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