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of the OPEC emergency meeting. Poorer OPEC states are particularly interested in boosting prices, after prices fell rapidly. Saudi Arabia isn’t as keen on the idea, though . Algeria had hoped to increase its gold output, but did not . 2. The Algerian FM, Mourad Medelci visited Italy and Norway in October. In Norway , the business on the agenda was gas and increasing Norwegian investment in Algeria. Medelci is meeting with Norwegian officials and leaders in the petrochemical sector. Increasing cooperation between Sonatrach and Satoil has been on the plate for Algerian-Norwegian relations for sometime, with a Norwegian eye ...
lasted from 1830 to 1962, under a variety of governmental systems. From 1848 until independence, the whole Mediterranean region of Algeria was administered as an integral part of France, much like Corsica and Réunion are to this day. The vast arid interior of Algeria, like the rest of French North Africa , was never considered part of France. One of France's longest-held overseas territories, Algeria became a destination for hundreds of thousands of European immigrants, known as colons and later, as pieds-noirs . However, indigenous Muslims remained a majority of the territory's population throughout its history. ...
Inside the failure of Algerian telephone operator Lacom ...
Private Algerian telephone company Lacom blames the company’s collapse on the failure of the ARPT to remain neutral after the market was opened up to competition. By Lyes Aflou for Magharebia in Algiers – 21/11/08 [Getty Images] Egyptian Naguib Sawiris, chairman of Orascom Telecom, accused Algerian authorities of interfering in the telecom market. When Lacom rolled out its own fixed-line telephone and internet network in 2006, the private company expected to create competition for state-run Algerie Telecom, while subscribers hoped for good service and prices. Things did not exactly turn out as planned. The decision to declare ... market research, surveys and trends
Algeria refuses to review the exchange rate of its currency
Algeria Arabs Online - agencies: the Bank of Algeria refused to review the ratio of the exchange rate of dinar in contrast to the request of the International Monetary Fund, who described the performance of the Algerian economy are good and supported by high levels of exchange reserves exceeded 140 billion U.S. dollars. According to an official dissemination of the Bank of Algeria on Wednesday that "studies and evaluations carried out by periodically on the exchange rate policy, showed that the actual price of the dinar almost balanced level in the long run, and the current status of the exchange rate allows investors to take a ... market research, surveys and trends


1.1. General economic profile of Jordan - MEDIBTIKAR.EU
Jordan’s open economy can only rely on limited natural resources. Only 6 percent of the country is arable land and water resources are among the scarcest in the world. However, there are sizeable mining resources, primarily potash and phosphates, of which it is the third largest world exporter. Jordan was heavily impacted by the war in Iraq, disruption of trade with Iraq (its main export market) having not only important economic consequences for the economy but also having an adverse impact on prospects for development. Moreover, tensions in the region contributed to a significant drop in foreign investor interest in ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Chakib Khelil: Algeria eyes retroactive oil, gas windfall tax
LONDON, July 12 (LONDON) - Multinationals operating in Algeria face a windfall tax under a new bill that seeks to slow the pace of exploration and preserve resources for the future, Algeria's energy and mines minister said on Wednesday. Chakib Khelil said it was possible the proposed change would deter foreign investors. International oil companies have regarded the OPEC member as a safe exploration prospect and have spent billions there to boost production. Asked whether he was worried the changes would deter international energy companies, Khelil said: "It's possible", but added "it's a political decision". ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Abraaj Capital to Invest $700 Million in Middle Eastern Firms
July 19 (Bloomberg) -- Abraaj Capital Ltd., a Dubai-based buyout fund managing $6.6 billion, plans to buy stakes in more than 100 small- and medium-sized Middle East companies over the next four years to tap growth and boost productivity. Abraaj will spend about $700 million from its Riyada Enterprise Development fund along with partner investors to buy “influential minority stakes” in companies, Tom Speechley, an executive director at Abraaj, said in an interview in Dubai yesterday. “Our first five investments are currently in the execution phase and another five close to execution.” Small and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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World LNG Export and Import Markets to 2015 - Analysis and Forecasts of Terminal wise Capacity and Associated Contracts, LNG Trade movements and Prices Global LNG Market Trends, Outlook and Business Prospects to 2015 Global FLNG (Floating LNG) Development and Outlook to 2015 - The new investment Destination Outlook of Future LNG Markets - Analysis and Forecasts of Upcoming 20 Potential LNG Markets Fastest growing 10 LNG markets - Analysis of Growth Drivers, Trends and Forecasts of Capacities, Contracts, Trade Movements, Prices, Capital Investments and Market Structures Analysis of Top 10 LNG Companies - Competitive Strategies, ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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INVESTING IN ALGERIA. 2009. (Updated on 1 January, 2009) ... The Guide to Investing in Algeria is an annual publication issued by. KPMG SPA. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Doing Business in Algeria -- U.S. Commercial Service Algeria
Algeria’s market of 35 million inhabitants, energy wealth, and growing demands for modern infrastructure have generated interest from governments and companies around the world. On one hand, Algeria’s economy is expected to grow at a healthy rate of 3-5% over the next several years based on higher world prices for oil. High level Algerian government officials and businessmen have outwardly expressed their desire for greater U.S. business collaboration and involvement in water resources, environmental technologies, safety & security equipment, agriculture, petrochemicals, public works projects and medical ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
The Algeria-France Impasse Winter 1996
he chronology is long and bloody. August 5, 1994: Five French citizens are assassinated in Algeria. Christmas 1994: An Algerian hijacks an Air France plane bound for France; three passengers are killed. From July 25 to October 17, 1995, a wave of terrorism sweeps France; seven bombs kill ten people and wound 130. May 23, 1996: Algerian terrorists announce that they have cut the throats of seven French priest they had kidnapped two months earlier. August 1, 1996: Herve de Charette, the French Foreign Minister, arrives in Algiers; the same evening French Bishop Pierre Claverie is assassinated in Oran. 1 The reason for ...
What is the best investing sector in Africa? | LinkedIn Answers ...
Many constraints and obstacles are still facing investment in Africa (for both domestic and FDI). These obstacles are generally the same in most African countries, but at different levels from country to another one. For someone having limited knowledge of the market he/she wants to invest in, he/she may start with investments such as: 1) RETAIL : all kinds of products (huge consuming market). Focus on Food, Construction material, Spare parts (vehicles)...etc. Be informed that in many African countries, almost 90% of those products are imported 2) infrastructure allied sectors like construction and Real Estate 3) Telecom & ... (giving gifts for play games) i am in algeria ...
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