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RUSSIA PROPOSES TO INCREASE THE QUOTA FOR TOMATO IMPORTS FROM TURKEY…

Russia has proposed to increase the quota for tomato imports from Turkey amid frequent calls by Turkish exporters. According to a publication on a government website on Wednesday, Russia’s agriculture ministry proposed raising the quota by another 50,000 tons to 300,000 tons. It comes just days after Turkish tomato producers …

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CÜNEYT DOĞAN: RUSSIAN QUOTA FOR TURKISH TOMATO EXPIRES

The Russian export quota for Turkey’s tomato producers and exporters this year will soon expire, a sectoral representative said, noting that they seek complete removal of the quotas that hamper trade. The quota is being raised by 50,000 tons each time and currently, the Turkish exporters have only 4,458 tons …

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RUSSIA PROPOSES TO INCREASE ITS QUOTA FOR TOMATO IMPORTS FROM TURKEY…

Russia’s agriculture ministry has proposed increasing its quota for tomato imports from Turkey by 25%, according to a Russian news agency. The ministry proposed that the quota be raised to 250,000 tons for fresh or chilled tomatoes, Interfax news agency reported on Tuesday. The current upper limit is around 200,000 …

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FRESH TOMATO EXPORTS EXCEED 250 MILLION DOLLARS…

Press release… Year-end target for tomato product group is 650 million dollars whilefresh tomato exports exceed 250 million dollars. Tomato product group exports, in January-October 2020 period, reached 496 million dollars. The prominent countries in fresh tomato market, which surpassed 252 million dollars, were Romania and Ukraine which have experienced …

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IRAQ LIFTS BAN ON TOMATO IMPORTS!

Press release… The seasonal ban on fresh tomato imports imposed by Iraq since July ended two days ago. Aegean Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Exporters’ Association Chairman Hayrettin Uçak said fresh tomato exports reached to 304 million dollars in 2019 which was 292 million dollars in 2018. Uçak said, “We sent …

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