Algerian government plans to start up 100,000 companies
The Algerian government plans to start up 100,000 companies of various sizes "to create an economic dynamics, reduce unemployment and put in place the tools to achieve sustainable development," SME and Craft Industry Minister Mustapha Benbada said, according to APS.
Huge national potentials are still unexploited, Benbada said on the sidelines of his visit to the province.
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