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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Crop conditions look normal overall, which indicate optimistic forecasts for Algeria’s MY2020/21 grain crop.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

General good conditions indicate a good grain crop for MY2019/20 in Algeria.
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Algeria: 2018 FAIRS Annual Country Report

The Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) report provides an overview of the food laws and regulatory environment in Algeria as it relates to food and agricultural exports.
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Algeria: Trade Policy Update

The Government of Algeria (GoA) introduced a temporary additional safeguard duty (DAPs) to replace the import ban established in January 2018.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Algeria’s MY2018/2019 grain crop was good and reached 6.05 MMT.
Total production of grain and other crops on a grain equivalent basis is estimated at 5.75 million metric tons (5 MMT, milled basis for rice and grain equivalent for soybeans) in marketing year....
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Pakistan: Agricultural Biotechnology Annual

Pakistan continues to make significant progress towards implementing a full-fledged biotechnology and seed regulatory structure that is expected to facilitate the introduction of new seed....
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Guatemala: Exporter Guide

The Guatemalan economy relies on foreign exchange generated by the tourism sector, remittances from the United States and international trade, especially exports to the United States....
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

The Ministry of Agriculture foresees total grain production totaling 3.5 MMT, of which Post estimates will be split 2.5 MMT for wheat and one MMT for barley....
India notified its new standards on cereal and cereal products to the World Trade Organization (WTO) and invited WTO members to provide comments.
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Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

Algeria’s 2017 Finance Law increases value added tax for many products and will decrease imports of barley, corn, soybean meal, rice, oat, sorghum and DDGs.