Polish-Algerian Joint Economic Commission to be set up soon, announces Bouchouareb

WARSAW-A joint economic commission between Algerian and Polish governments will soon be set up to to encourage and monitor partnership projects between operators of the two countries, Minister of Industry and Mines Abdessalam Bouchouareb announced Monday in Warsaw.

We decided with the Polish leaders to create a joint commission to identify partnership opportunities in both markets and monitor their implementation," Bouchouareb said when at the Algerian-Polish economic forum.

He stressed the two countries were bound by old and strong relationship ", adding that "such trust and friendship" should result in solid partnerships between Algerian and Polish companies.

We hope these bounds will be further strengthened and our industrial operators will work together as part of sustainable confidence and boldness for more partnership projects successful," Bouchouareb noted.

The minister reminded, in this regard, the willingness of the Algerian government to resolutely revive "industrial development and provide real strategic opportunities for our public and private companies."

For us, the international partnership is the key to a modern and innovative industry, open to progress. Our ambition is to attract leaders in a win-win partnership, but also provide SMEs and all foreign innovative companies the conditions for their development in our country," he affirmed

To achieve these goals, Algeria should take advantage of its dynamic domestic demand starting from its natural comparative advantages such as energy and its exceptional strategic geographic position."

For his part, Deputy Prime Minister and Polish Minister of Economy Janusz Piechocinski stressed the need to maintain the impressive evolution "of economic cooperation, which resulted in an 87 % growth of trade between the two countries, and strengthen it with joint investments.

APS, Tuesday, 22 September 2015