Market Pulse week 40 - 2011
Market situation in the Northern Hemisphere, week 40 — 2011 (Oct. 8 )
In North America, there was a continued modest level of imports in the U.S.
In North America, the easy peeler import season had finished in the U.S.
In Northern Europe, the market was in transition due to the start of the Mediterranean season.
In North America, imports were reported to be under pressure due to high supply levels in the U.S.
In Northern Europe, imports were dominated by supply from Turkey.
In Asia, Hong Kong and mainland China experienced price flexibility due to variable quality.
In North America, the first sales of South African Valencias were expected shortly.
In Europe, the volume of imports decreased progressively.
In Asia, the market in Hong Kong and mainland China was reported as stable. In Japan, there were supply problems from South Africa due to condition issues
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