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Sultanas: carry-over stocks to be limited

December 16, 2020 9:16 AM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Although export activities have revived, trading is largely subdued in Turkey's sultana market. Buyers and sellers...

...have largely withdrawn from the market. Spot market trading is largely subdued and demand for longterm contracts is very much limited. Trading is expected to remain subdued throughout January. Turkey has shipped a total of 81,692 mt overseas since the start of the season, nearly 14,000 mt less than this time last year. 

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