Turkey: Close monitoring of chestnut imports

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Regulation & Compliances
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Published Jan 24, 2024

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Turkey's Ministry of Commerce has placed chestnut imports under surveillance following negative evaluations of the imported product. The new regulation is designed to protect domestic chestnut producers and enhance their competitiveness. Import transactions can now only be conducted with registration documents issued by the general secretariat of the designated exporters' associations.
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The "Communiqué on Amendments to the Communiqué on the Implementation of Surveillance in Imports" prepared by the Ministry of Commerce came into force after being published in the Official Gazette. With the communiqué, chestnut imports were included in the scope of surveillance practice. According to the information obtained from the Ministry on the subject, action was taken upon some negative evaluations regarding imported chestnuts in recent days. Chestnut imports were subject to registration for monitoring by the Ministry. IMPORTS WILL BE MONITORED CLOSELY With the regulation, chestnut imports will be monitored in all aspects in order to protect domestic producers more effectively and increase their competitiveness. ...
Source: Haber7
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