Turkish Fruit and Vegetables Exporters Eye China After Russia Imposes Sanctions

According to Mustafa Satici, the chairman of the Western Mediterranean Exporters Union (BAIB) if the outcome of talks with Chinese companies are positive, Turkey could become the world’s number one fruit and vegetable exporter. As a result of the breakdown in relations with Russia, Turkey has been looking at alternative markets, and has hence held

China-Australia Free Trade Agreement A Boon for Australian Wine, Fruit, Beef, and Milk Powder

The free trade agreement signed by Australia and China late last year is “delivering” for Australian businesses, the nation’s Minister for Trade and Investment said on Monday [2 May 2016]. Steven Ciobo said the Chinese appetite for premium Australian products such as wine, beef, seafood and vegetables had contributed to a number of impressive gains

Greece Looks to Expand Their Fruit Exports to China

An expansion of the existing protocol for Greek fruit and vegetable exports to China, meant to include cherries, plums, grapes, mandarins and oranges, is currently being negotiated, since China, which already imports kiwis, has shown interest in these products, according to a statement from the Association of Greek Fruit, Vegetable and Juice Exporting Companies, INCOFRUIT