It seems that Turkey imports its egg products at a low price to these sectors, which has led local Syrian producers can’t compete and the poultry industry has weakened, in fact.
However, many Syrian producers have been waiting for the end of Ramadan and rising egg prices. The issue that has not become a reality with regard to importing Turkish products. There are some sources of imports of eggs from Turkey that lack any print on the product. Many of them are printed inside Syria and are presented as syrup eggs.
Some experts believe that this import process has no distinct variance and is managed in all seasons in a manner that will increase supply versus demand and bring the price to its lowest level.
Although there is no accurate data on egg production in the northern parts of Syria, experts estimate that production is 60 to 70 thousand cartons. That's twice as much as the demand of people in these sectors.
But in a different comment, Mohammed Elham, the current minister of economics in this section believes that there is a weakness in egg production in northern Syria, and the need to import Turkish products is felt.