Algeria: Exporter Guide

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Agriculture remains a priority sector for the Government of Algeria in its efforts to diversify the economy and attract foreign and domestic investment outside the energy sector. Despite the measures to control imports of high-value products, opportunities still exist for U.S. inputs and expertise to contribute to the local production and industrial development. Most U.S. agricultural exports to Algeria are bulk and intermediate commodities. The Algerian market holds tremendous potential for U.S. bovine genetics, beef cattle, grains, tree nuts, planting seeds as well as pulses and dairy

Algeria: Exporter Guide

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