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Mise en application de l'accord d'association UE- Algerie : les conséquences sur l’industrie sucrière algérienne

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  • Achabou, Mohamed Akli
  • Tozanli, Selma

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The application on September 2005 of the association agreement between the European Union and Algeria had negative repercussions on the Algerian sugar market. French filiere approach is used in order to analyse the Algerian sugar chain and to point out the reasons of this situation as well as the necessary actions that for its removal. The difficulties that face the sugar companies are important outcomes of this filiere analysis.

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  • Achabou, Mohamed Akli & Tozanli, Selma, 2007. "Mise en application de l'accord d'association UE- Algerie : les conséquences sur l’industrie sucrière algérienne," 103rd Seminar, April 23-25, 2007, Barcelona, Spain 9408, European Association of Agricultural Economists.
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