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No more tomatoes
31.05.2005 00:00

Russian consumers may have trouble buying tomatoes soon as Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision announces a ban on agricultural products from Turkey.
       Turkey has continuously failed to abide by Russias standards, says the Federal Service. But the experts warn of possible perturbations in the fruit and vegetable sectors since Turkey is the main supplier of tomatoes, holding 10% of the whole market.


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