Turkey exported tomatoes worth some $163 million in the first five months of this year. During that period, Russia was the biggest market, importing approximately $62 million worth of Turkish tomatoes, produced mainly in greenhouses in the Mediterranean ...Modified: 10.06.2019
Turkey's fresh fruit and vegetable exports to 118 countries amounted to $622.5 million in the first four months of the year with Russia taking the lead among markets with $184.2 million in the said period. In this period, the Russian Federation ranked ...Modified: 22.05.2019
Turkey exported more than 147 million USD (131 million Euro) worth of fresh fruits and vegetables to Russia in the first three months of the year. Tomatoes, mandarins and lemons were top export products. According to Eastern Black Sea Exporters' Association ...Modified: 15.05.2019
... Ankara and was devoted to the development of regular rail traffic along the BTK route. The sides agreed that the the joint venture is established with the purpose of the further development of transport and logistics activity and trade between Russia and Turkey. The main tasks of JV will be the use of a cargo base in Russia and Turkey for cargo transportation along the Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway and rendering a wide range of logistics services to the customers. “Special and sometimes even unique ...Modified: 14.05.2019
... to the Turkish market in the framework of an allocated quota but without customs duties. Now talks are underway on how to formalize this decision. I believe such decisions will be reached in the coming weeks," TASS quoted Russia’s Ambassador to Turkey Alexei Yerkhov as saying. "This is a kind of a breakthrough, we have been trying to reach the Turkish market with our goods and this is very important and great," the ambassador said. Representatives of the two countries have been discussing ...Modified: 24.04.2019
Between January and March 2019, Turkey's tomato exports to Russia reached $47.52 million, up by 411% compared to the same period last year. According to information compiled from Aegean Exporters' Associations data, Turkey earned $292 million in revenue from tomato exports to 53 countries ...Modified: 22.04.2019
The bilateral trade volume between Turkey and Russia was $25.7 billion last year. In the first three months of this year, Turkey's exports to Russia rose 6.5% to $868 million, while imports from Russia dropped 9% to hit $5.4 billion. To date, Turkish construction companies have realized ...Modified: 08.04.2019
The Russian Agriculture Ministry is planning to raise the quota on tomato imports from Turkey to 150,000 tons per year from the current 50,000 tons, it said in a draft decree, published on a government website. In May 2018, Russia lifted the ban on tomato imports from Turkey but established a quota of 50,000 tons. Source: www.dailysabah....Modified: 03.04.2019
In the first two months of this year, Turkey exported approximately $365.66 million worth of fresh fruits and vegetables, with Russia importing the most Turkish produce at around $104.53 million. Turkey exported 697,577 tons of fresh fruits and vegetables to 100 countries in January and ...Modified: 11.03.2019
According to the Federal Custom Service of Russia, for 11 months of 2018 Turkey’s lemon export to Russia increased by 12% in terms of volume, but decreased by 4% in terms of value. Russia imported from Turkey 107.768 thous. tn of lemons for the total amount of $79.96 mln. Turkey became the leading lemon supplier to Russia ...Modified: 24.01.2019
Russia, Turkey and Iran are negotiating the reduction of the US dollar's share in mutual trade, Tehran Times daily quotes the country's central bank governor as saying. Eliminating the greenback in mutual trade was most recently discussed by the three countries ...Modified: 12.09.2018
Adygei cheese to be sold in Turkey, Azerbaijan and the UAE. Krasnogvardeysk milk factory will start to supply its brand products to these countries before the end of this year. Now the factory is negotiating adygei cheese export to the USA as well. Factory’s cheese is produced ...Modified: 16.08.2018
... Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor) said. Thus, the agricultural watchdog considers it possible, under guarantees of the Turkish Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock, to allow imports of tomatoes from Turkey to the territory of Russia from May 1, 2018, without any restrictions on enterprises from production sited free from tomato moth. Earlier, imports of tomatoes to Russia from Turkey was allowed for 20 enterprises. Phytosanitary control of Turkish ...Modified: 07.05.2018
The Russian veterinary and phytosanitary watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor will lift a ban on tomatoes export to Russia in respect of four Turkish companies. The number of Turkish suppliers of these products will therefore grow to twelve, official spokesperson of the authority Yulia Melano told. "The service considers possible to grant the right to supply tomatoes to four more Turkish companies from March 23 within the scope of the second phase of Rosselkhoznadzor work on lifting of the ban for tomatoes...Modified: 23.03.2018
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