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DAVUT ER: SUDDEN EXPORT BANS HINDER OUR FORESIGHT IN OLIVE AND OLIVE OIL SECTOR

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Sudden export bans hinder foresight…

Aegean Olive and Olive Oil Exporters’ Association Chairperson Davut Er said that the olive oil sector is a candidate for growth and has a target of 1.5 billion dollars if a sufficient yield is achieved.

Davut Er

Davut Er said, “However, exporters need to be able to make long-term programmes. Sudden export regulations hinder forecasts. The opinions of industry components should also be sought when making decisions.”

“At the same time, we are of the opinion that within the framework of the negotiations for updating the Customs Union agreement between the EU and Turkey, zeroing the olive oil customs tax that the EU is applying to our country or obtaining a quota of at least 30,000 tonnes for olive oil from the European Union will be very beneficial for the future of the Turkish olive and olive oil sector,” Davut Er added…

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