Algeria’s recent economic performance has been mixed. On the upside, growth is positive, averaging close to 3% over the past three years, driven by a 6.4% expansion in the non-hydrocarbon sector.
Economic growth accelerated in 2014 (to 4%, up from 2.8% in 2013 and 3.3% in 2012) due to recovery of the oil and gas sector, whose value added grew by 0.5%, the first increase in eight years.
Algerian Ministry of commerce website
Starting a business in Algeria takes approximately 24 days as compared to about 21 days for the North Africa region.
Table of comparison between different Algeria business entities types
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Below is a detailed summary of the bureaucratic and legal hurdles faced by entrepreneurs wishing to incorporate and register a new firm in Algeria.
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Algeria – Infrastructure, power, and communications
Urban Mobility •Algiers: Commissioning of the railway line “Grande Poste Place des Martyrs” is scheduled for 2016, which covers 1.7 Km