Algeria: Exporter Guide

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The government of Algeria revised the scope of the partnership 49/51 rule to improve business climate and encourage foreign investments. The government encourages large-scale agricultural investments in the Highlands and the “Sahara” (South of Algeria). Foreign direct investment and partnerships are encouraged in the fields of cereals, oilseeds, and sugar production as well as crushing, refinery projects, storage capacity, cold chain infrastructures and packaging projects. The market is open for U.S. bovine embryos, hatching eggs and day-old chicks for chicken to be exported to Algeria.

Algeria: Exporter Guide

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