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my beautfull Algiers

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they call it white city

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in center of city

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Tourism city

Basilica of Algiers
it was build long time ago

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nice view of Algier

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enjoying our food

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Nite life in Algier

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Club in hotel

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We are witnessing sunset
Algeria Business


Bussines in Algeria


Economy

The authorities were counting on economic growth of 3.5% in 2009. However, the actual growth was only 2.2% (compared with 2.4% in 2008), which was not sufficient to curb unemployment and reduce poverty. This mediocre performance was due to oil and gas exports which fell by more than half. The weight of the oil and gas sector as a percentage of GDP and of public revenue was an aggravating factor for the crisis, but the FRR reserve funds were used for a countercyclical policy, which involved financing the fiscal deficit and a significant part of the PIP.

Thanks to an excellent cereal crop, the agricultural sector, which produces almost 7.6% of the country's wealth, grew by more than 17% in 2009, according to initial estimates. The Rfig credit (Rfig means "companion" in the local Arabic dialect), which consists of a seasonal interest-free loan from the Banque de l'Agriculture et du Développement Rural (BADR), also contributed to this strong growth, as did support for farm inputs, which helped farmers reduce their costs and increase competitiveness. The producer prices of cereals, which have been aligned with international prices since 2008, thus offer farmers profitable prices that provide them with an incentive. The prices of a quintal of durum wheat, common wheat, barley and oats have been set at DZD 4 500, DZD 3 500, DZD 2 500 and DZD 1 800 respectively. On average, there are between 3.2 million and 3.5 million hectares under cereal cultivation, about one-third of the total agricultural area. Thus cereal production, which accounts for nearly 32% of crop production, rose to more than 60 million quintals in 2009, between 30% and 40% of which was barley.
This is a significant increase in production compared with the 17 million quintals produced in 2008. Olive crop production in 2009 was 4.9 million quintals (2.5 million in 2008), citrus fruit production was 8.5 million quintals (6.97 million in 2008), and fodder crop production reached 40 million quintals (19.5 million in 2008). Good rainfall combined with the measures taken in the context of the 2008 agricultural framework law boosted the sector.

The elimination of DZD 40 billion of farm debt, agricultural-production and breeding bonuses worth DZD 200 billion for a year and new production contracts made with the governments of the wilayahs (provinces) all contributed further to the growth in the sector. Other measures related to the legal mechanism for farming on land belonging to the state (2.8 million hectares) will be implemented following the passing of a law on long-term concessions for agricultural use, which aims to stabilise farming and protect rural areas, especially farmers.

How's the business in Algeria?


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I am trying to do business home so far it is not so bad.
Madja, Algeria, Paris


It's ok Now.
Ali , Algeria


it's wrong place to do business, corruption and harrasement for goverment officials.
Jamel , Algeria, London


you need to be a tief and corrupted persone to really succeed in doing business in algeria. dahmane from London
dahmane , UK LONDON


Dahame, you're 100% right in London. It's the same old game. corruption, corruption. This's the way! I feel sorry to be an Algerian.
Mo , Algeria, Algiers



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Political in Algeria

Politic in Algeria


Elections for the partial renewal of the member of the Conseil de la Nation (the Senate) were held at the end of December 2009. Out of the 48 seats due for new election, 45 were won by the "Presidential Alliance". A so-called "semi-universal weekend" (Friday and Saturday, instead of Thursday and Friday) was also introduced in 2009. Aimed at responding to concerns over the efficiency and ability to react of domestic and foreign entrepreneurs, this measure should enable the country to increase trade with other countries by more than USD 1 billion. Security in Algeria has improved considerably, and the provisions in the peace and reconciliation charter continue to be deployed, but the state of emergency remains in effect.


Algeria Political comments

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This state of emergency is continuing because the is beneficing the president to control people and opposition.
ali Mo, Algeria


It's help the King and president.
Mohamed , Algeria, Lion


The state of emergency is onother way to control us.
Jamal Ali , Algeria


is to protect them selfs from getting touched,and oppress the people, so they can do what they are told,and becam beni-oui-oui as they are. so I say it's time to stand up for your right. Dahmane from england
dahmane , UK


What state of emergency! corrupted politiciens and ditactorship.
Mo , Algeria



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Usefull Information Algeria

Top Hotels

  • Hotel Sabri
  • Hotel Suisse
  • Hilton Algiers

Top restaurants

  • Auberge Du Moulin
  • Le Tantra
  • Jenina

Place to visit

  • Kasbah of Algiers
  • Notre Dame d'Afrique

Internet Access

  • Although Internet access in Algeria is not restricted by technical filtering, the state controls the Internet infrastructure and regulates content by other means
  • Internet users and Internet service providers (ISPs) can face criminal penalties for posting or allowing the posting of material deemed contrary to public order or morality, for example, and there are cases of government surveillance on Internet cafés and journalists

Not to miss to see

  • Notre Dame d'Afrique
Algeria Usefull information comments

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At least the goverment did not managed to block internet.
Dali


It didn't block the internet to not be consider a dictator goverment.
D'eville


It's Algeria a nice place to visit?
Bell mondo


It's good place
Rich



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