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Algeria is a sovereign state in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast.

Algeria is classified as an upper middle income country by the World Bank.[1] Algeria's currency is the dinar (DZD). The economy remains dominated by the state, a legacy of the country's socialist post-independence development model. In recent years, the Algerian government has halted the privatization of state-owned industries and imposed restrictions on imports and foreign involvement in its economy.[2]

Notable firms

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active      State-owned      Defunct
Name Industry Sector Headquarters Founded Notes
Air Algérie Consumer services Airlines Algiers 1947 Flag carrier airline
Air Express Algeria Industrials Delivery services Hassi Messaoud 2002 Private, cargo delivery
Algerian Petroleum Institute Industrials Business training & employment agencies Boumerdès 1965 State-owned, oil & gas personnel training
Algérie Ferries Industrials Marine transportation Algiers 1987 State-owned, marine transportation
Antinea Airlines Consumer services Airlines Algiers 1999 Private airline, defunct 2003
Asmidal Basic materials Specialty chemicals Annaba 1984 State-owned, chemical products
Cevital Consumer goods Food products Béjaïa 1998 Private retail and food conglomerate
Djezzy Telecommunications Mobile Telecommunications Algiers 2001 Private mobile Telecommunications
Echourouk Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Algiers 2011 Private, broadcasting & entertainment
El Khabar Consumer services Publishing Algiers 1990 Private publisher, daily newspaper
El Massa Consumer services Publishing Algiers 1985 Private publisher, daily newspaper
El Moudjahid Consumer services Publishing Algiers 1962 Private publisher, daily newspaper
El Watan Consumer services Publishing Algiers 1991 Private publisher, daily newspaper
Entreprise nationale de Radiodiffusion sonore (ENRS) Consumer services Broadcasting & entertainment Algiers 1986 State-owned radio broadcaster
Hamoud Boualem Consumer goods Soft drinks Algiers 1878 Soft drinks
Khalifa Airways Consumer services Airlines Algiers 1999 Private airline, defunct 2003
Naftal Oil & gas Oil equipment, services & distribution Algiers 1981 State-owned, fuel retail
National Company for Rail Transport (SNTF) Industrials Railroads Algiers Algeria is classified as an upper middle income country by the World Bank.[1] Algeria's currency is the dinar (DZD). The economy remains dominated by the state, a legacy of the country's socialist post-independence development model. In recent years, the Algerian government has halted the privatization of state-owned industries and imposed restrictions on imports and foreign involvement in its economy.[2]

This list includes notable companies with primary headquarters located in the country. The industry and sector follow the Industry Classification Benchmark taxonomy. Organizations which have ceased operations are included and noted as defunct.

Notable companies
     Active
  • The port city of Oran.

  • Ministry of Finance of Algeria.

  • Air Algérie head office in Place Audin.

  • See also

    References

    1. ^ "World Bank list of economies". World Bank. January 2011. Retrieved 27 May 2011.