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Morocco: Morocco Announces 2020 FTA Tariff Schedule

On January 1, 2020, the Government of Morocco (GOM) published Circular #6002/222, announcing its market access commitments under the U.S.-Morocco Free Trade Agreement (FTA) for Calendar Year 2020.
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Algeria: Trade Policy Update

On April 21, 2019, the Government of Algeria published a new ordinance revising the list of goods subject to the temporary additional safeguard duty (DAPs).
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Morocco: US-Morocco FTA - Market Access Changes in 2019

Now in the 14th year of the U.S.-Morocco FTA, this report contains an unofficial translation of Moroccan Customs Circular N° 5888/222, issued December 28, 2018.
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Tunisia: Import Financing Restored for Consumer Products

Effective December 21, 2018, Tunisia repealed its ban on import financing for select imported consumer goods it deemed as “non-essential,” which earlier came into effect October 27, 2017....
Egypt media reports highlight that record high temperatures during the 2018 summer hit Europe’s potato production particularly hard.
FAS Cairo supported and assisted the visit of U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) – Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists Dr. Gayle Volk (Plant Germplasm Preservation Research Unit....
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Morocco: Technical Regulation on Seed Potatoes

This report contains the unofficial translation of the technical regulation on production, testing, packaging and certification of seed potatoes.
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Morocco: Phytosanitary Control for Seed Potatoes

This report contains the unofficial translation of the phytosanitary control procedures for seed potato imports.
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Kuwait: Update on Kuwait Bans on U.S. Food Products

Update on Kuwait bans on U.S. food products.
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Morocco: Food Processing Ingredients

Morocco, a U.S. Free Trade Agreement partner, has been an occasionally good yet price-sensitive market for U.S. food processing ingredients.
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Tunisia: No More Import Financing for Consumer Products

Effective October 27, Tunisian banks stopped financing the importation of non-essential consumer products, adversely impacting between $5-30 million of U.S. food and agricultural sales.
Jordan's Ministry of Agriculture will suspend apple imports beginning on July 31.