WAM, the Emirates News Agency posted this article April 8th, 2018 about the UAE with the second-largest Arab economy, is leading the Arab world in attracting Foreign Direct Investment, (FDI). It is known that Dubai leads Arab start-ups but the recent Saudi Arabian reforms being engaged in the non-oil local activities may possibly alter that. […]
On the visit of Turkey’s president to Algeria, today, we have assessed both countries’ commercial and various other exchanges between them. Algeria is one of the leading trading partners of Turkey’s ranking 32nd in terms of volume and Turkey is one of Algeria’s top ten external trading partners. Trade between the two countries reached almost […]
PwC, a global provider of assurance, advisory and tax services with 40 years in the Middle East where it has 23 offices across 12 countries in the region with around 4,200 people. (www.pwc.com/me). It researched AI’s contribution to the global and middle eastern economies and recently produced a report on Artificial Intelligence (AI) and how […]
In its well-known IMF Country Focus blog, it holds that Egypt’s economy is recovering, supported by prudent macroeconomic policies and initial bold reforms aimed at addressing the major challenges that have confronted the economy in recent years. The task now is to deepen reforms to raise economic growth further, make it last, and spread its benefits […]
Further to Global Inequality is on the Rise at different Countries Rates we propose Kaushik Basu, writing for Project-Syndicate since 2002 is a former Chief Economist of the World Bank, and Professor of Economics at Cornell University and Non-resident Senior Fellow at the Brookings Institution. He has on December 15, 2017, elaborated on how inequality deepening […]
What Energy Transition for a new global energy mega-structure? Taking the opportunity of the COP23 in Bonn, Germany on November 6 to 17, 2017, this analysis addresses the strategic components of the necessary energy transition for Africa in general and specifically in Algeria. Far from the euphoria of the Paris Agreement, the signatories meet again […]
What prospects for a balanced economic cooperation ?
A meeting of the Algerian and Russian intergovernmental commission was held in Algiers on September 18 to 20. An Algero-Russian Joint Commission whilst meeting political convergences and acknowledging Russia’s as well as Algeria’s efforts to stabilize the price of oil, a call was launched for a widening of cooperation based on a closer and win-win sharing partnership.
The concerned sectors are particular areas of professional training, scientific and technical research, industry, transport, civil nuclear and of renewable energy.