November 18, 2014
Algerian interior ministry plans to make statistics about old vehicles which enter Algeria and their conformity with international standards in global market.
Algeria news agency (APS) cited archive general director at the ministry Abderrzak Henni saying the government wants to know the number of old and new vehicles which enter Algeria.
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November 17, 2014
The Tires & Batteries division of Juma Al Majid, the sole dealer of Yokohama Tires in the UAE marketplace has concluded the 3-day Yokohama Racing Championship at Kidzania Dubai.
The event aimed to engage the kids with the brand and to educate them about the importance of tire safety and professional driving through entertainment. Delegate from Yokohama Tires Company"...Continue Reading >
November 11, 2014
Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal inaugurated Monday car manufacturing plant Renault in Ouled Telat, Oran (432-km west of Algiers).
The inauguration ceremony was attended by two French senior officials, namely the minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development, Laurent Fabius, the minister of Economy,Industry and Digital Data, Emmanuel Macron, and the CEO"...Continue Reading >
November 10, 2014
Inauguration, next Monday, of Renault plant in Oued Tlélat (Oran), which will manufacture first "Algerian Symbol", represents the beginnings of a civil car industry and one of the major missing links of national mechanical industry.
Prime Minister, Abdelmalek Sellal and French Foreign Minister, Laurent Fabius, in the presence of CEO of Renault, Carlos Ghosn,"...Continue Reading >
November 10, 2014
The bill of Algerian car imports is expected to decline by more than 20% in 2014, confirming a decrease in sales that began in mid-2013 after an exceptional increase the year before.
Thus, imports of cars reached DZD 4.14 billion (billion dollars) in the first nine months of 2014, against DZD 5.42 billion in the same period in 2013, registering a fall of nearly 24%,"...Continue Reading >
November 9, 2014
The project of Renault plant in Oued Tlelat (Oran) has cost, to date, nearly €50 million while the investments are planned to reach up to €800 million in the medium term, CEO of the Shareholding Management Company (SGP) industrial and agricultural equipment, Dehimi Bashir said Saturday in an interview to APS.
"Investments in this project are planned to reach €400"...Continue Reading >
November 8, 2014
The manufacturer of the first Algerian car, Renault Algeria Production (RAP), is the only one authorized to set the price of the Algerian Symbol but this price should be lower than the one of the imported model, said Thursday in Algiers, the Minister of Industry and Mining Abdesselam Bouchouareb.
“I cannot set the price of this car but in comparison with an imported"...Continue Reading >
October 27, 2014
The plant of the Algerian company of Mercedes Benz' car manufacturing of Aïn Bouchekif, in the province of Tiaret (340km west of Algiers) was inaugurated Sunday by the Lieutenant General, Ahmed Gaid Salah, Deputy Minister for National Defence, Chief of Staff of the People’s National Army (ANP).
On that occasion, first two cars rolled off the assembly lines"...Continue Reading >
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