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Addendum to the article by Michael Coleman and Celine Van Zeebroeck published in the fourth issue of The Globe, “Oil and gas investments in Algeria—A legal and tax primer from an Algerian perspective” By Michael L. Coleman and Celine van Zeebroeck International and Immigration Law, March 2007 Algeria’s ordinary corporate income tax (impôt sur les bénéfices de sociétés, IBS) rate has been lowered from 30 percent to 25 percent.
Oil and gas investments in Algeria—A legal and tax primer from an Algerian perspective By Michael L. Coleman and Celine van Zeebroeck International and Immigration Law, November 2006 U.S. oil and gas companies have significantly contributed to the increase of foreign direct investment in Algeria in recent years.
Overview of the Algerian Code of Public Tenders of July 24, 2002 By Michael L. Coleman and Celine van Zeebroeck International and Immigration Law, April 2004 The new Algerian Code of Public Tenders (the "Code"), which applies exclusively to the procurement contracts concluded between the Algerian national and local governments as well as public entities (the "Algerian Customer") and any Algerian or foreign entity, was promulgated by Presidential Decree dated July 24, 2002.
Retention of sales agents or representatives in Algeria By Michael L. Coleman and Celine van Zeebroeck International and Immigration Law, March 2004 For many years, Algeria had a statutory ban in regard to the retention of intermediaries in connection with the importation of products or equipment into Algeria and the preparation, negotiation and conclusion of any contracts relating to said importation.

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