Algeria

September 2, 2000

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The first Libyan-made car will be available in the country’s local markets soon. This car is planned to be obtainable in the upcoming 31st national celebrations of September the 1st revolution

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The Jordanian minister of industry and commerce, Wasef Azer, and his Algerian colleague, Morad Madlasy, met recently in Amman. Madlasy, on a short visit to the kingdom, inaugurated the Algerian Produc

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The Algerian national statistics bureau has recently revealed that the country’s foreign trade balance had achieved an $809 million surplus in July 2000, compared to $507 million in July 1999.

August 30, 2000

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Algeria’s battered business community started Monday with a sense of cautious anticipation, following the resignation over the weekend of Prime Minister Ahmed Benbitour, and President Abdelaziz Boutef

August 27, 2000

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Algeria's newly appointed Prime Minister Ali Benflis has formed a government, retaining almost all the ministers who held portfolios under his predece

August 26, 2000

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Three members of the Algerian security forces and an Islamist rebel were killed earlier this week after rebels attacked a police post in the north of

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Algerian Prime Minister Ahmed Benbitour has resigned and President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has charged his chief of staff with forming a new government.

August 24, 2000

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The Algerian government and labor unions are expected to meet in September to kick off a new round of negotiation on wages.

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The continuing increase in worldwide oil prices has already a substantial impact on the Algerian economy, and more is anticipated.

August 21, 2000

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Mali's former president Moussa Traore, who has been serving a life prison sentence since being toppled in 1991, has returned from Algeria where he was

August 20, 2000

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The news from Algeria is both good and bad. One year after President Abdelaziz Bouteflika first launched a daring initiative to end years of civil war, a new wave of violence has sparked fears that di

August 16, 2000

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Four people have been killed and three others injured in continuing violence in Algeria linked to Islamic rebels, local newspapers reported.

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Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez finished his tour of OPEC countries Tuesday, leaving Algeria -- his last port of call -- on a confident note and pledging success at a September summit in Caracas.

August 15, 2000

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Algeria warned Opec members that excess production beyond agreed quotas would cause significant falls in crude prices.

August 13, 2000

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Britain will help Algeria to plan and launch a microsatellite named ALSATI by the year 2002.