January 24, 2001
Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika arrived Wednesday in New Delhi on a six-day official visit, the first since he became president two years ago.
January 22, 2001
Algeria’s National Participation Council of State has released a priority list of 67 enterprises to be privatized during 2001, however it is believed that only 39 of them will be fully privatized; whi
Sonatrach, Algeria\'s state-owned oil and gas company, has concluded an investment deal worth $2 billion with Malaysia\'s Petronas and France\'s Gaz de France, for the exploration and development of a
January 21, 2001
The European Union and Algeria will sign a partnership agreement during the current year.
Eleven Algerian civilians were massacred by what the government describe as Islamist extremists on Saturday night.
January 16, 2001
Khalifa Airways, a private carrier, which is a subsidiary of the Algerian Khalifa Group, has bought out the entire share capital of Antinea Airlines.
January 15, 2001
The Turkish company STFA Tunnel Corporation has won a $47 million bid to build Lakdara Bouria De L\'Autoroute tunnel in Algeria
January 11, 2001
121 Algerian corporations have been targeted for privatization over the next three years as from the year 2001.
January 8, 2001
Algeria's minister of energy and mines launched a national and international invitation of tenders for the building and the exploitation of a refinery in Adrar, in Sbaa basin, reported the Algerian Ne
Algeria’s energy and mining ministry has issued an official invitation to foreign investors to bid for building and running an oil refinery, which will be located in the in Sbaa basin southern region
January 7, 2001
The oil-producing group OPEC will reduce output to offset lower prices when its ministers meet in Vienna on January 17, Algerian Energy Minister Chaki
Thirteen more people, including 12 armed Islamic extremists, have been killed in Algeria in violence which began nine years ago with a fundamentalist
Iran received an ambassador from Algeria on Sunday after an eight-year break off in relations, as Iranian President Mohammed Khatami lauded \"a new er
January 6, 2001
Algerian troops and militias killed at least four armed Islamic fundamentalist guerrillas in search-and-destroy operations in the north of the country
January 4, 2001
Fifteen people, 11 of them soldiers, have been killed in two separate attacks blamed on Islamic extremists, press reports said on Thursday.