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Citrus Fruits From Turkey Are Back
2.11.2016 22:57
Citrus Fruits From Turkey Are Back

Imports of Turkish citrus to Russia started several days ago.

      From October this year to March 2017, Turkey plans to supply to Russia about 600 thousand tons of citrus, the president of the group for the promotion of Turkish citrus Ali Kovac reported to "Interfax".

      Before the ban, the share of Turkish citrus in the Russian market amounted to 34.5 percent. At the same time Russia annually consumes 1.6 million tons of these fruits. "If you add  grapes, pomegranates, tomatoes and other products, we can say that more than 60 percent of fruits and vegetables came from Turkey," - Kovac said.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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