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French Exporters Dominate the Lucrative Maghreb Cereal Market

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As the year 2008 draws to its end, the Algerians would have spent $1 billion to import French wheat. Morocco is also a big consumer and importer of wheat and other cereals.

This trend is benefiting France, as Algeria is by far the largest importer of French wheat. Algeria’s imports in 2008 include some 3 million tons of soft wheat and about half a million tons of hard wheat. Read here.

Comments (2 posted):

Frank Farullo on 14 January, 2009 08:09:06
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Interesting
Mark Belliveau on 05 February, 2011 08:31:03
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Rather than wasting money, Algeria has to focus on developing its own agriculture, before looking to import
from elsewhere.

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