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EU countries have reduced imports of Azerbaijani hazelnuts by almost 19%

Published Jan 25, 2024

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From January to November 2023, the European Union imported 7.6 thousand tons of shelled hazelnuts from Azerbaijan, marking an 18.9% decrease from the previous year. The imports were valued at around 41.8 million euros, a 23.2% decline. Germany and Italy were the primary importers, with Germany increasing its imports by 1.9 times to 3.9 thousand tons, while Italy's imports fell by 2.9 times to 2.4 thousand tons. Other EU countries, including the Czech Republic, Estonia, Spain, France, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia, and Belgium, also imported smaller volumes.
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In January-November 2023, European Union (EU) countries imported about 7.6 thousand tons of shelled hazelnuts from Azerbaijan (a decline of 18.9% year-on-year) for approximately 41.8 million euros (a decline of 23.2%) , follows from the calculations of the Interfax-Azerbaijan agency, based on data from the statistical office of the European Union (Eurostat). According to statistical data, during the reporting period Azerbaijan exported about 3.9 thousand tons of hazelnuts to Germany (an increase of 1.9 times) for approximately 21.9 million euros (an increase of 1.8 times), to Italy - about 2.4 thousand tons (2.9-fold decline) by approximately 13.2 million euros (3-fold decline). Read also: The volume of exports of shelled hazelnuts from Azerbaijan to Germany has doubled Small volumes were purchased by the Czech Republic, Estonia, Spain, France, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Slovakia, as well as Belgium, which years later resumed the import of hazelnuts from ...
Source: Eastfruit
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