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Algeria: Conviction for Anti-Bias Blog - Human Rights Watch
The first instance court in Ghardaia sentenced him to the suspended prison sentence and a 100,000-dinar fine (US $840) on charges of inciting a public gathering under article 100 of the Penal Code and disseminating calls of hatred and discrimination ...
Ooredoo's second-quarter profit plummets 60% amid Indonesia and Algeria market challenges - The National
In Algeria, the company's revenues were affected by devaluation of the Algerian Dinar, a weak economic environment and "intense" competition, Ooredoo said. Its subscriber base slumped 13 per cent to 130 million customers in the second quarter from 149 ...
Ooredoo Algeria revenues fall to KWD 145.5 mln in H1 - Telecompaper
Ooredoo Algeria's revenues decreased to KWD 115.7 million in the first half, from 145.5 million the year before, with business negatively impacted by the devaluation of the Algerian dinar, intense price competition and a weak economic environment ...
Ooredoo reports revenue of KD 341m for H1 2018 - Kuwait Times
Business in Algeria was negatively impacted by the devaluation of the Algerian dinar, intense price competition and a weak economic environment. Customer numbers of Ooredoo Algeria declined by 3 percent to 13.6 million in 1H 2018, compared with the ...altro »
Decline of Algerian dinar adds to poverty, capital flight - The Arab Weekly
TUNIS - Algeria has steadily devalued its currency over the past 48 years, keeping most citizens poor, the country's economy dependent on imports and bringing about a new class of wealthy Algerians who invest abroad with smuggled foreign currencies.
Algeria protects dinar as US dollar depreciates - The Arab Weekly
TUNIS - Algeria is artificially propping up the dinar to finance increased state spending in 2018 ahead of presidential elections. The move comes despite a spillover effect from the depreciation of the US dollar, which cancelled some of Algeria's gains ...
Algeria: Blogger sentenced to 10 years for online posts - Amnesty International
Responding to the news that blogger Merzoug Touati was sentenced to 10 years in prison and fined 50,000 Algerian dinar (approximately USD $430) for online posts, Heba Morayef, Middle East and North Africa Regional Director at Amnesty International, ...altro »
Algeria resorts to 'easy money' to avoid IMF's conditional reforms - The Arab Weekly
TUNIS - The Algerian central bank is flooding the country with “easy money” to finance budget deficits and avoid borrowing from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which would demand economic reforms. The Bank of Algeria pumped out $191 billion to ...
Death penalty for alleged Mossad spy sentenced in Algeria - i24NEWS
The other six members of group, who were said to be of African origin, were given ten year jail sentences and each fined 20 million Algerian dinar. According to Jerusalem Post citing local Algerian media, they were charged with espionage “possession ...
Algeria's Economy Slacks in 2017 - Asharq Al-awsat English
The North African nation's energy sector grew by 7.7 percent in 2016 but its performance declined in 2017, the document said, without elaborating. Algeria aims for overall growth of 4 percent this year and expects the energy sector to grow by 6.5 ...altro »