Argentina: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Semi-annual

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For calendar year (CY) 2016, Post revises production down to 640,000 metric tons (MT) for apples and 580,000 MT for fresh pears. The decrease in production for both types of fruit was due to hail storms and blooming difficulties, and an ongoing decline of planted area. For table grapes, production is projected to decrease significantly to 60,000 MT, from the official estimate of 100,000 MT, as a result of an increasing level of table grape area converting to raisin production through the season, and the loss of export competitiveness due to strong competition. Exports are revised down to 105,000 for apples and 11,000 MT for table grapes. Pear exports are revised up to 330,000 MT.

Argentina: Fresh Deciduous Fruit Semi-annual

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