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Sultanas: TMO adjusts commodity prices

May 11, 2021 12:33 PM, Der AUDITOR
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MANISA. Sunny weather promises good conditions for the development of grapes in the growing regions. Due to low trading activity, there were some price corrections this week.

Surprising rise in exports

The exit restrictions in Turkey, which are still in place until 17 May, are having an effect, with daily new infections falling significantly since the end of April. Due to the celebrations at the end of Ramadan, no significant trading activity is expected in the second half of the week. However, 4,985 mt of sultanas and raisins were exported from Turkey last week, about 900 mt more than in the same week in 2020. Since the start of the season, a total of 159,692 mt have been shipped overseas, about 26,600 mt less than this time last y

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