ALGIERS- The import of tourist vehicles by car dealers has experienced sharp fall during the first half of 2017, a senior official of the Customs told APS.
ALGIERS – Over 370,000 positions will be provided by the ministry of the Vocational training for the next year, planned on 24 September, the ministry told APS Sunday.
SOUK AHRAS – Water Resource Water Hocine Necib said Sunday in Souk Ahras, that tourism-related dimension will be "shortly" given to dams. Speaking to the press near the dam of Oued Djedra in Souk Ahras, the minister said that, based on the international experience a file and specifications at the ministry,
ALGIERS- the repatriation operations of African nationals to their countries of origin cost Algeria 1.2 billion dinars since 2014 said Sunday, in Algiers, the president of the National Human Rights Council (CNHD) Fafa Sid Lakhdar Ben Zerrouki.
ALGIERS- National oil company Sonatrach and Samsung Engineering reached an amicable settlement of a dispute concerning works at the refinery of Skikda, said Sonatrach Sunday in a communiqué.
ALGIERS- Speeding up the process of the transformation and reconfiguration of the country’s economy will be the focus of the upcoming Tripartite meeting scheduled for 23 September in Ghardaia said Sunday, in Algiers, the secretary General of the UGTA Abdelmadjid Sidi Saïd.
ALGIERS- The agenda of the next tripartite (Government-Employer organizations-Central Union), scheduled for 23 September 2017 in Ghardaia, should be defined “before the end of August”, said Sunday, in Algiers, Prime Minister Abdelmadjid Tebboune.
ALGIERS- The next Tripartite meeting bringing together the Government, the Employer organizations and the Central Union will be held on 23 September 2017 and it was decided by the preparatory meeting which went underway Sunday morning.
 TEBESSA- Water Resource Minister Hocine Necib said Saturday in Tebessa that sea water desalination is an ''efficient means to consolidate water security in Algeria.'
ALGIERS- Minister of Public Works and Transport Abdelghani Zaalane said Saturday in Algiers that the maritime transport companies had purchased over the last three years 7 new cargo ships, and 5 other ships and a ferry for passenger transport will be delivered soon.