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NOUAKCHOTT (Mauritania)- Algeria has the economic capacities to relaunch development in Africa said Wednesday, the ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States) commissioner for Trade, Customs, Free Movement and Tourism Chaibou Laouali in a visit to the exhibition of Algerian products organized in Nouakchott (Mauritania).
LIBREVILLE-Algeria’s ambassador to Gabon and Equatorial Guinea Mohamed Antar Daoud presented his Cabinet Letters to the Secretary General of the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) Allam Mi, as an extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador to this African regional institution, a diplomatic source told APS.
NOUAKCHOTT- The Algerian-Mauritanian Business Council on Wednesday in Nouakchott called for boosting trade and the bilateral investment opportunities in industry, as the Mauritanian market is set to be the gateway to West Africa markets for the Algerian products.
 ALGIERS- The sector of foreign trade comprised 43,418 operators in 2016, made up of 41,788 importers and 1,630 exporters whose number increased by more than 31% compared with 2015, according to the National Centre of Register and Trade (CNRC).
ANNABA (Algeria)- The overall production in Sider El Hadjar complex of Annaba, which activity resumed last 24 April, is expected to reach late 2017 680,000 tonnes of steel products for sale, announced Tuesday its General Manager El Hadi El Askri.
NOUAKCHOTT – The first session of the Algerian-Mauritanian Business Council has got underway Tuesday in Nouakchott, with a view to examining investment and partnership opportunities between the operators of the two countries in various sectors.
ALGIERS- Halal certification, made compulsory for food products under an inter-ministerial decree will be progressively applied as from June 2017, said Tuesday in Algiers General Manager of the Algerian Institute of Standardization (IANOR), Djamel Hales.
ALGIERS- Minister of National Planning, Tourism and Craft Industry Abdelouahab Nouri called on Algerian operators and their Ethiopian counterparts to strengthen their cooperation in the field of tourism and enhance it up to the level of the political relations between the two countries.
ALGIERS- Minister of Energy, Noureddine Boutarfa and Norwegian Foreign Minister Borge Brende examined on Tuesday in Algiers the business and investment opportunities and the means to boost bilateral cooperation, notably in energy, said a communiqué of the ministry.
BATNA- The President of the Business Managers Forum (FCE) Ali Haddad said Monday, in Batna, that “the African market is an important opportunity that Algerian enterprises must seize by working to exploit it.”

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