Algeria bans imports of cell phones, veg and other goods to curb trade deficit

Algeria bans imports of cell phones, veg and other goods to curb trade deficit

[The Africa Report] - 9/01/2018

Algeria has temporarily banned the import of 900 products including cell phones, household appliances and vegetables in a bid to cut a ballooning import bill following a fall in energy earnings, according to an official document seen by (...)


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