Turkey: Turkey Re-Introduces Olive Oil and Pulse Export Restrictions

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TU2023-0025

Turkiye announced a three-month export ban on olive oil in bulk and in barrels due to the shortage of olive oil production in Mediterranean countries and subsequent negative effects on domestic prices. Turkiye also announced new regulations on the pulse sector, which restricts lentil and chickpea exports. These restrictions are similar to those in past years.

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