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September 13, 2014

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Car dealers must include 10 percent quota of LPG vehicles in imports

Car dealer must include a 10-percent quota for vehicles running on liquefied petroleum gas fuel in their imports, in line with a ministerial decree published in the Official Journal N°50.


The decree, jointly signed by Minister of Energy Youcef Yousfi and Minister of Industry and Mines Abdesselem Bouchouareb early June, comes for the enforcement of article 73 of the Finance Act 2014 and the 2007's decree setting terms for the marketing of new"...

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September 4, 2014

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Government forced cars concessionaires to create spare parts' factories

Government set the conditions and ways of marketing new cars that are imported, tourist and utilitarian, in a decree that was signed by Industry and Mines Minister, Abdessalam Bouchouareb.


Executive decree that was published in the latest number of the Official Gazette, ordered the car concessionaires to create an investment within the industrial or semi-industrial activity, that includes making particular groups or sub-groups of pieces"...

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August 28, 2014

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Tata Motors enters Algeria

Tata Motors has ventured in to the Algerian passenger vehicle market and has introduced its car models including the Tata Indica, Tata Vista hatchbacks, and the Tata Indigo and Tata Manza sedans.

The automobile major already has presence in several countries across Europe, Latin America, Africa, Russia, Middle East, Asia and lately Australia. Algeria has been ear-marked as a focus market in the Tata Motors global strategy, where it has appointed SPA Elsecom"...

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August 28, 2014

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Carmudi Pinpoints the Future of Driving

Carmudi, the world’s fastest growing car classifieds, is the vehicle marketplace that offers buyers, sellers and car dealers the ideal platform to find cars, motorcycles and commercial vehicles online. The rules of driving are changing on a global scale, and Carmudi has the perfect fit for every driver of today and tomorrow.


Zeroing in on the five key technologies"...

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August 26, 2014

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Germany approves Rheinmetall armoured vehicle plant delivery to Algeria

Germany's Economy Ministry has approved plans by defence group Rheinmetall to deliver an armoured vehicle assembly plant to Algeria, according to a reply sent by the ministry following a request from a member of parliament.

Rheinmetall's delivery to Algeria includes a production line to assemble the Fuchs armoured vehicle, as well as other parts valued at more than 28 million euros ($37 million), according to the document. German magazine Der Spiegel had earlier reported on the approval, according to Reuters.

The planned factory, located about 400 km east of Algeria's capital...

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