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Algeria Libya Mauritania Morocco Tunisia
SNE Priority Framework
for North Africa (SNE)
SNE Priority Framework
About SNE
The sub-region of North AfricaThe sub-region of North Africa includes five countries (Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania and Tunisia) that have signed and ratified the treaty in 1989 the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU), thereby committing to collectively address common challenges of development and create a seamless, integrated economic space. Agriculture is one of the fundamental pillars of the economies of the subregion. Indeed, this sector contributes over 15% to total value added, employment and more than 35% of the workforce. more
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New rearing system may aid sterile insect technique against mosquitoes

09.05.2012 09:04

The requirement for efficient mosquito mass-rearing technology has been one of the major obstacles preventing the large scale application of the Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) against mosquitoes. [more]


Food prices ease but stay high

03.05.2012 08:19

Global food prices measured by the FAO Food Price Index fell three points or 1.4 percent from March to April 2012 but seem to have stabilized at a relatively high level of 214 points, FAO said today.[more]


SIAT FAIR IN TUNIS, OPPORTUNITY FOR AGRICULTURAL FOREIGN INVESTORS

27.04.2012 15:33

The Agricultural Investment Promotion Agency of Tunisia (APIA), organizer of SIAT, was an exhibitor at the French exhibition Medfel, that closed in Perpignan on Friday 26th April. 

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