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The Public Investment Programme. The objective from a strategic point of view is to provide the country with basic modern infrastructure and make these facilities a prime asset for attracting Foreign Direct Investment FDI and encouraging national investments. It is also important to slgerie human resources in order to strengthen the foundations of sustainable development and economic growth, which remains dependent on public spending. The third objective is to develop production capacities through public investments, particularly those related to industry and agriculture.
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The public investment programme was adopted by the Council of Ministers on 24 May It provides for a total investment of 21, billion dinars, that is billion dollars.
The money is allocated as follows: The programme is based on six main areas: Thus, the Agerie Education sector will receive billion dinars to build 3, primary schools, 1, colleges, secondary schools, and 2, residential schools and cafeterias.
The Higher Education sector will be allocated billion dollars in order to provide: These resources are in addition to those currently being made available, which brings the total toteaching posts, qlgerie, student beds and 44 campus restaurants. The health sector will receive billion dollars in order to build: The housing sector will benefit from 3, billion dinars for the construction of 2, new homes, to be apportioned as follows: Overall, the programme aims to create 3, jobs, including 1, temporary positions.
Infrastructure is the second key focus of the Investment Programme, benefiting from 6, billion dinars, including 5, billion dinars for public works and transport. Thus, the public works sector will receive 3, billion dinars to complete the extension and modernisation of the road network and the development of port and airport facilities.
The main activities planned within this framework are: The transport sector will receive, as part of the Public Investment Programme, 2, billion dinars to be spent mainly on modernising and extending the rain network, improving urban transport and upgrading airport infrastructure. The main activities planned within the framework of the programme are: The remainder of the infrastructure package billion dinars is allocated to town and country planning, notably the construction of 4 new towns and waste management facilities.
The industry and energy sector will receive 2, billion dinars, which will be allocated as follows: The establishment of partnerships, with a view to strengthening technological capacities and diversifying the industrial fabric, is also a primary objective.
Under the programme, the energy sector will also receive billion dinars to ensure the connection of 1 million households to the natural gas network andrural households to electricity. Agriculture and Rural Algerue.
The agriculture and rural development sector will receive 1, billion dinars. The objectives are as follows: Central and local administration. Central and local administration will receive 1, billion dinars to improve the resources and funding of local authorities, the legal sector, and the authorities responsible for tax, business and labour regulation.
The money is apportioned aalgerie follows: The water resources sector will receive 2, billion dinars for: Scientific research and communication technologies.
The Programme also includes billion dinars of public expenditure for the scientific research and information technologies algerid. This is aimed at the development of a knowledge-based economy through support for scientific research and the widespread provision of education and use of IT tools throughout the national education system and the public sector. Directorate General of Forecasting and Policies: Directorate General of Bomkp Directorate General of Customs: Foreign Bank of Algeria: National Bank of Algeria: Stock Exchange of Algiers: Trade and associations of fairs and exhibitions.
Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry: Algerian Society of Fairs and Exportation: National Agency for the Promotion of Foreign Trade: Algerian Company for Export Insurance and Guarantees: Industry and investment promotion.
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Ministry of Energy and Mining: Electricity and Gas Regulatory Commission: Bulletin of tenders in the energy and mining sector: Algerian gold-mining company ENOR: National Agency for Mining Patrimony: Ministry for Agriculture and Rural Development: Ministry of Water Resources: Ministry for Tourism and Handcraft: Ministry of Postal Services and Telecommunications: Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research: National Office of Statistics: Algerian Institute of Standardisation: Links to resources for finding Algerian businesses.
Industry and Energy The industry and energy sector will receive 2, billion dinars, which will be allocated as follows: Agriculture and Rural Development The agriculture and rural development sector will receive 1, billion dinars. Central and local administration Central and local administration will receive 1, billion dinars to improve the resources and funding of local authorities, the legal sector, and the authorities responsible for tax, business and labour regulation.
The main measures relating to investment.