The Director of Export Promotion Follow-up at the Ministry of Commerce said; Salim Ragad; Today, Wednesday, that 2023 will be the year of Algeria’s exports to Africa, stressing that the signs of success and openness are evident.
Reggad reported on the national radio that Algeria will export many materials to the brown continent, most notably: urea, ammonia and various fertilizers, in addition to electronics, school supplies, food dough, cement, iron and many non-manufactured products.
The spokesman highlighted that Algeria is currently exporting several household electrical appliances, such as refrigerators and televisions, to Libya, Cameroon, Benin, Côte d’Ivoire and others, adding: “We are working on a greater development of the electronic devices division, and Algeria is qualified to take large shares in African markets and take high ranks, especially with Algeria owning roads.” Great and many resources, which requires accelerating the pace to win the goal.
The central official in the Ministry of Trade expected a greater activation of Algeria’s economic wheel with the imminent issuance of executive decrees that would activate the export system and facilitate the task of all exporters, especially in terms of transferring funds.
Reggad noted that the new road project linking the city of Tindouf and the Mauritanian region of Zouerate is at stake, and will allow for a real transfer, especially with the reduction of the land transportation period between Algeria and Mauritania from 12 days to only 3 or 4 days.
Reggad noted that Algeria is witnessing a major breakthrough in terms of production, quality, and quality, in a way that will enable Algeria to transform into a country of production, exports, and investment, and end what was devoted to import and dependency.
The first guest noted that Algeria is an oil and sugar-producing African country, adding: “We are a producing country. We have more than our needs of sugar and oil, and the base of sugar and oil will expand in the future.”
In contrast to his acknowledgment of the difficulty of the distribution chain in Algeria as a result of illegal practices in the Algerian market, Reggad instructed: “We are working to rationalize the import bill, and that does not mean stopping imports, but rather rationalizing it and subjecting it to the needs of the country and what Algeria does not produce.”
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