Algeria: Trade Policy Update

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The Government of Algeria (GoA) introduced a temporary additional safeguard duty (DAPs) to replace the import ban established in January 2018. The list of goods subject to the temporary additional safeguard duty was published in the Journal Officiel No 06 on January 29, 2019, and includes 658 food items, primarily processed and high value products. Major U.S. exports to Algeria are bulk and intermediate commodities. With the exception of nuts, most bulk and intermediate commodities are not subject to DAPs. 

Algeria: Trade Policy Update

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