December 2020 - Fruit Ukraine
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$4.6M in mandarin exports from Georgia already this season

The current export volume of Georgian mandarin as of December 6, 2020, equaled 9,476 tons and amounted to $4.6 million according to the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Agriculture of Georgia. The Ministry of Finance of Georgia stated that Russia, Armenia, Ukraine, Moldova, Kazakhstan, Slovenia, and several other countries are among the export markets for […]

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Uzbekistan – highest supermarket prices for most fruits and vegetables in the region

The EastFruit team conducted a retail audit on November 24-25, 2020 of supermarket fruit and vegetable departments in Uzbekistan, Ukraine, Georgia, Tajikistan, and Moldova. Results showed the capital city of Tashkent in Uzbekistan as the leader in retail prices in supermarkets. If the high prices for bananas, mandarins, and oranges in Uzbekistan are justified by the fact […]

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Georgian farmers interested in developing pomegranate orchards

Georgia consumes more than one million US dollars worth of imported pomegranates every season. Pomegranates are produced locally, some even in large-scale orchards. However, they are mainly imported from Turkey and Azerbaijan at this time. Wild crops of pomegranate trees are widespread throughout Georgia, but the optimal climatic conditions for its cultivation are in the […]

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Lemons have risen in price in Ukraine

The demand and prices for lemons in the Ukrainian market are actively growing, according to analysts of the EastFruit project. Turkey is traditionally the undisputed leader in terms of lemons supplied to Ukraine but has somewhat reduced the supply resulting in another rise in prices in this segment. Today, lemons on the Ukrainian market are offered for […]

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Central Asia and China developing new railway to transport goods to EU and Middle East

The global pandemic has become a kind of litmus test demonstrating the need for accelerated development of transport communications and, above all, new railway routes, writes Podrobno.uz. Experts predict that after the economic recovery from the pandemic, freight train traffic will only grow and the construction of a China-Kyrgyzstan-Uzbekistan railway is becoming urgent. Foundation for the […]

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