WASHINGTON-The World Bank has expected Sunday a decrease in growth for Algeria in 2017 and 2018 due to the fall in oil prices, baking on estimates slightly lower than those of last January.
ALGIERS- The World Bank congratulated the Algerian government for its social achievements and confirmed its support to the country’s new economic growth model, said this institution in a statement issued Saturday following the visit paid by a delegation of this international financial institution.
ALGIERS- Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal on Monday has received a delegation of the World Bank's directors, who are on a working visit to Algeria, said the Prime Minister Office in a statement.
ALGIERS- The World Bank (WB) is willing to accompany Algeria in the implementation of the new economic growth model until 2035, said Sunday in Algiers a member of the WB Board of Directors, describing the programme as "ambitious."
ALGIERS-Minister of National Solidarity, the Family and Women's Affairs Mounia Meslem Si Amer received Wednesday in Algiers Director of the World Bank's Social Protection and Labor Practice Steen Jorgensen, the ministry said in a communiqué.
WASHINGTON – The growth of Algeria’s economy remained “buoyant” in 2016, despite low global oil prices, said Monday the World Bank (WB), expecting it to slow down in 2017 due to the rebalancing of public finances.
WASHINGTON (United States)- Algerian diaspora's remittance of funds to their native country has reached two billion dollars in 2015, according to a study by the World Bank on the diaspora in the Middle east and North Africa (MENA), published Tuesday in Washington.