Algeria Economy Articles & Analysis

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While the 2014-17 period saw the effectiveness of the import ban called into question and was marked by a significant drop in oil receipts, recovering commodity prices in 2018 appear to be bolstering both local business sentiment and economic growth prospects. The results of the second OBG Business Barometer: Algeria CEO Survey, gathered...

 

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Algerian Foreign Business Promotion Office (ALGEX) 021 52 12 10 Export Insurance & Guarantee Company 021 91 00 48 Investment Development National Agency 021 77 48 02 National Statistics Office 021 77 78 38 National Tourism Office 021 64 69 85 National Tourism Company 021 61 59 16 / 64 09 00 EMBASSIES Argentina 021 92 31 01 / 02 Austria 023...

Modern Standard Arabic is used in schools, government offices and the media. In practice, Darja – the local Algerian dialect of Arabic – is more commonly used and varies from one region to another.

 

Concerted efforts are under way to diversify the Algerian economy, especially since the fall in global oil prices in 2014. The industry, agriculture, tourism and ICT sectors have been prioritised to reach this target, and digitalisation and entrepreneurship should play major roles in their development. “Building entrepreneurial ecosystems is...

 

Algeria is at the crossroads of its very own technological revolution. While there are several challenges to address – including the development of supporting infrastructure – there is clear momentum to create a much-needed innovation ecosystem. In particular, the country has a unique opportunity to shape a new model for smart cities that is...