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Turkish dried apricot prices awaiting harvest for next movements

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The Turkish dried apricot producers are withdrawn from the market because the prices are historically low, despite having lifted at the beginning of the crop. They are hoping for a frost in March, which could push prices above break-even level, Vittorio Friedmann of Voicevale told IEG Vu, after analysing several sources in the national market.


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