Algeria’s infrastructure investment potential

Algeria is a big player on the African continent, not only because of its substantial land area, but also because of its sizeable GDP. This leads to high transport volumes and an improving infrastructure.

Investment in infrastructure came to a virtual standstill in Algeria between 1991 and 2001, due to civil war. This led to a significant backlog in infrastructure maintenance and improvement. Meanwhile, the country’s vast desert geography poses a permanent challenge to infrastructure developments.

In addressing these problems, the Government has made transport a priority with major upgrades and expansions in progress as part of its extensive public investment programme.

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