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Ali Çandır: We started to export registered wheat to Middle East market

Registered wheat exports to the Middle East market… Three wheat varieties specific to Antalya, named ‘Koç’, ‘Perge’ and ‘Seki’, were developed and registered. Among the first and only registered wheat of the city, ‘Koç’, which is suitable for growing on the coast, was harvested and 1000 tonnes were exported to …

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Neither the milk nor the meat problem to end if the producer quits!

On World Milk Day, the sector is looking for a solution: ‘If the producer ends, neither milk nor meat problem will end’ Stating that the cost figures of the National Milk Council (USK) and the ministry do not reflect the reality, Ali Gümüşlü, Head of Elmalı Milk Producers’ Association, said …

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Ali Çandır: Antalya accounts for 20 percent of fresh fruit and vegetable exports

Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB) and Antalya Agriculture Council (ATAK) President Ali Çandır evaluated Antalya’s January export figures. Stating that Türkiye’s Mediterranean’s leading province of Antalya’s exports in January 2024 soared by 16.2 percent to 185 million dollars compared to the same month last year, Çandır also noted that agricultural exports …

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“INFLATION IN AGRICULTURAL INPUT COSTS IS AT THE HIGHEST LEVEL SINCE 2022”

Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB) and Antalya Agriculture Council (ATAK) Chairman Ali Çandır evaluated the Agriculture Input Price Index (Agriculture-GPI) for September announced by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT). Stating that the Agriculture-GPI was announced as 2.63 per cent per month, Çandır said, “This figure has been announced as 1.7 times …

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INDIAN FLOWER GROWERS TO COOPERATE WITH TURKISH FIRMS…

Flower producers in India want to cooperate with producers in the Turkish Mediterranean city of Antalya, the country’s flower production hub, in order to increase production in their country, Srikanth Bollapally, head of Indian Florists’ Council (GFCI), said Sunday. Srikanth Bollapally Bollapally and the members of the GFCI met with …

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ALİ ÇANDIR: ANTALYA PROVINCE PRODUCES 9 PERCENT OF STRAWBERRY IN THE COUNTRY

Antalya Commodity Exchange Chairman Ali Çandır announced that Antalya province has 7 percent of the strawberry production areas and 9 percent of the production amount in Turkiye.Ali Çandır, Chairman of the Board of Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB) and Antalya Agriculture Council (ATAK), stated that Antalya has 9 percent of Turkiye’s …

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ANTALYA COMMODITY EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES ITS WHOLESALE INDEX IN FRUIT AND VEG…

Press release… While the tomato quantity index decreased by 20.46 percent annually, the price index increased by 191.76 percent. While the vegetable quantity index decreased by 8.95 percent annually, the price index increased by 143.14 percent. The fruit quantity index increased by 32.98 percent annually, while the price index increased …

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ANTALYA COMMODITY EXCHANGE ANNOUNCES FEBRUARY WHOLESALE MARKET INDEX…

Press release… While the tomato quantity index decreased by 7.28 percent compared to the previous year, the price index increased by 256.08 percent. While the vegetable quantity index increased by 3.22 percent compared to the previous year, the price increased by 161.03 percent. In fruit, the quantity index increased by …

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ALİ ÇANDIR: ANTALYA’S AGRICULTURAL EXPORTS SURPASS TURKEY’S AVERAGE

Antalya Commodity Exchange Chairman Ali Çandır said that Antalya province has a performance above Turkey’s average in terms of foreign trade. Çandır said, “According to the data of Turkish Statistical Institute (TURKSTAT) Antalya’s exports has surpassed its imports by 166 percent in the first nine months of this year, while …

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ALİ ÇANDIR: THE IMPORTANCE OF AGRICULTURE HAS BEEN UNDERSTOOD MUCH MORE IN THE PANDEMIC

Stating that the support allocated for agriculture is the same as the support for 2020 with 22 billion TL, Antalya Commodity Exchange Chairman Ali Çandır said, “While the agricultural sector has not been able to reflect the increasing costs on sales prices, it will be even more difficult in the …

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