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Traders anticipate Turkish dried fruit price rises

Activity on the local Turkish bourses over the last week has been limited with very few parcels of sultanas and raisins being offered for sale. The feeling remains strong, however, that prices of Turkish vine fruits are likely to increase from today’s levels but much depends on the success of this year’s harvest and the size of the new crop.

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