"Turk agriculture tightens belt, ending way of life
By Thomas Grove
Wednesday, September 27, 2006; 8:22 AM
POLATLI, Turkey (Reuters) - Cetin Akyar's calloused hands pass over a string of black prayer beads as traders at the Polatli Commodity Exchange determine the price for his harvest of nine and a half tonnes of wheat.
Bids for other red hard wheat rise to 0.371 lira ($0.252) per kilogram and stop."
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