Algeria: Dairy and Products Annual

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Improving domestic dairy production to reduce reliance on imports remains a priority of the government of Algeria. As of June 14, 2020, the government is prohibiting the use of subsidized milk powder for the manufacture of pasteurized whole milk or other dairy products and dairy derivatives. As of May 2020, the Algerian market is open for U.S. bovine embryos to be exported to Algeria.

Algeria: Dairy and Products Annual

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