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Turkey and Russia are highly dependent on each other in the trade in fruit and vegetables

Turkije en Rusland sterk afhankelijk van elkaar bij handel in groenten en fruit
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Mar 2, 2022
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Turkish exports of fresh fruit and vegetables continued to grow in 2021. In the past year, Turkey exported more than 5 million tons for the first time. At 5.14 million tons, it was even 15% more than the previous record of 4.48 million tons the year before. For years, Russia has been by far the most important buyer of Turkish fresh fruit and vegetables. Russia has a share of almost 30% in Turkish exports and, conversely, Turkey's share in Russian imports (excl.
Turkish exports of fresh fruit and vegetables continued to grow in 2021. In the past year, Turkey exported more than 5 million tons for the first time. At 5.14 million tons, it was even 15% more than the previous record of 4.48 million tons the year before. For years, Russia has been by far the most important buyer of Turkish fresh fruit and vegetables. Russia has a share of almost 30% in Turkish exports and, conversely, Turkey's share in Russian imports (excluding bananas) is also almost 30%. 1.5 million tons from Turkey to Russia Until the temporary and partial boycott of Turkish fresh fruit and vegetables in 2016, Russia's share rose to almost 40%. In 2016, that plummeted to 16%. Russia's share is now almost 30% again. In the past year, Turkey exported almost 1.5 million fresh fruits and vegetables to Russia. That was a record. Even more than the heyday before the partial boycott in 2014, it was 1.33 million tons. In 2020 it was also more than then, namely 1.38 million tons. ...
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