WASHINGTON- Prime Minister Abdelmalek Sellal discussed Thursday in Washington with Vice President of the World Bank Sri Mulyani Indrawati the improvement of the business climate in Algeria.
During the meeting, the Premier recalled to Indrawati that Algeria has made significant progress in improving the business climate it wants to be mentioned in the next Doing Business 2016 report of the World Bank, the Algerian delegation said.
Several reforms implemented by Algeria in terms of investment incentives have not been taken into account in preparing the 2015 report, while they were conducted with the assistance of WB expert teams.
"We are ready to support Algeria in improving its business climate, including law governing the private sector to create jobs and generate growth," said Mulyani Indrawati to APS after being received by the Prime Minister.
Shortly before the opening of the 4th Summit on Nuclear Security, Sellal is expected to meet Thursday with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Deputy Secretary of State Tony Blinken before joining the White House in the evening for a debate on nuclear safety for which are invited fifty heads of governments of states.