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Volume Of Imports Of Tomatoes From Turkey Should be Reduced
15.10.2017 00:11
Volume Of Imports Of Tomatoes From Turkey Should be Reduced
(Source: https://1tulatv.ru/news)

The Ministry of Agriculture suggests that the volume of imports of tomatoes from Turkey to the Russian market should be limited by 50 thousand tons per year. This was reported by the Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich. He specified that the final decision on the resumption of imports of tomatoes will be made no earlier than at the beginning of 2018.

      On September 13 the Minister of Agriculture Aleksandr Tkachev said that the Turkish tomatoes would not take a significant share of the Russian market in any case. “Of course, we must first of all take care of the Russian producer when permitting to import the Turkish tomatoes to the Russian market, we will totally monitor the market on this issue” - he assured.

      According to the Minister’s words, the products from Turkey will be imported during the off-season - in winter and early spring - during the period of deficit in vegetable products.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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