Tlemcen — Five economic partnership projects between Algeria and France will be soon inked in Algiers, Chairman of the Algerian Trace Chamber (CACI) announced Sunday in Tlemcen.
In a conference held under the theme "Algeria-France: an excellent partnership", Kaci Ait Yalla, honorary delegate of the Business Leaders Forum (FCE) in France announced that among the 32 initiated projects identified part of this partnership, five will be signed in April in Algiers, as part of the Prime Minister Manuel Valls's working visit.
Among these projects, a project for the recovery of wastes of ferrous and non-ferrous metals to be implemented in the industrial area of Oued Tlélat (Oran), the project for the setting up of two software that will enable Algeria have its own codes in the computing fields, a project for the construction of agricultural equipment, a software for care to people suffering from illnesses in hospitals and their homes, as well as another project meant to fight against wasting of bread and sweet breads.
This project affects the distribution and franchise system, Ait Yalla said before participants in the forum.
He also highlighted the need for the two parties to create and added value likely to boost their economies and particularly create job opportunities, a key point, besides growth, of the strategy of this partnership.
"The Algerian diaspora in France is willing to provide assistance to their country, Algeria, while keeping a fastening foot in France," he stressed.
"Algiers-Paris route inaugurated by the Heads of the two countries on 12 December 2012 enabled the development of this partnership to create an added value," Ait Yalla stated.
This conference has been followed by two round-tables devoted to three themes including "youth and training: development weapons", "The new economy: Algerian diaspora, an asset" and "Investment in Tlemcen."
The meeting was opened by the governor of Tlemcen Saci Ahmed Abdelhafid who recalled that this forum, held under the aegis of Premier Abdelmalek Sellal, should "implement the Algeria-France partnership with genuine results."
250 persons including operators from the two shores, businessmen, executives and economists attended this meeting, in which partook the Consul General of France to Oran.