The Algerian economy crisis after crisis

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While many argue that some resilience
economies of Middle East and North Africa (MENA) to the crisis
International Finance and the relative speed of the recovery in the area
- But stressed vulnerabilities, such as the extent of unemployment
and corruption, but also the decline in investment flows
(FDI) and the dependence on imported goods
food - in January, 2011, protests broke out and
affect rapidly in many countries in the region, up to
overthrow in Tunisia, a regime that was however regarded as among
the most stable. The case of Algeria, given the weight of hydrocarbons on
its economy and the extent of surpluses, is it special?
In this article, we examine: the situation of the Algerian economy
the eve of the financial turmoil, the initial impact of the shock of 2007 -
2008 government reactions to the crisis.

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