Maghreb states agree on agricultural free trade union

After nearly two decades of negotiations, the five states of the Arab Maghreb Union finally agreed to create an agricultural free trade zone.

The members of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU) reached an agreement on the establishment of a Maghreb free trade zone for agricultural products that will take effect in 2011.

AMU Secretary-General Habib Ben Yahia made the announcement at the 16th session of the Maghreb Ministerial Committee for Food Security in Algiers on November 30th…read more

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