55% of Algeria’s GDP is contributed by the industry sector, which employs 25% of the active population. The main goods that the manufacturing sector produces are textile, metals, construction materials, chemical products and some industrial food processing. Almost all of the country’s export income is contributed by oil and gas, which is not surprising since Algeria is the 2nd largest exporter of gas in the world, ranking 18th for petroleum reserves and 10th for gas reserves.
Events, organized either by SAFEX or in partnership which drain hundreds of exhibitors( national and foreign), allow to discover new products , a wide range of offers and services in all sectors of activities such as : agriculture, health and wellbeing, environment, industry , building and publics works , tourism and crafts ….
The tax system in Algeria is organized around six tax codes relating to direct taxes, indirect taxes, turnover taxes and registration, stamp and tax procedures. Since the 1990s, the taxation system in Algeria has changed substantially in order to adapt to the evolution of the economy and structural changes aimed at steering the country towards a free-market economy and at opening up to both private and foreign investment.