Libya: Exporter Guide

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Libya poses unique opportunities and challenges for U.S. agricultural exports. The nation is characterized by an unstable government, conflict, opaque regulations, an underperforming agricultural sector, and about $3 billion worth of agricultural imports from around the world every year. Top prospects include infant formula, baby food, pulses, beef, poultry, non-alcoholic beverages, fruit juices, and beverage concentrates. 

Libya: Exporter Guide

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