قانون الخوصصة في الجزائر
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Established by the constitution in 1996, the privatization right is the most important line of the economic reforms started in Algeria since January 1988. As regards the companies’ autonomy, these reforms have objectives and basic principals: Conceptual and prescriptive step for a transition to the market economy. As far as the micro-economic is concerned, these reforms have given good results. But the crisis that Algeria went through obliged the Algerian government to get into a negotiation with IMF and signing a contract STAND BY in 1994 under some conditions: The privatization of the public companies, the government disengagement from the competitive economic sphere and the submission of the country’s economic activity to the market mechanism. From then on, thinking of the business atmosphere and being able to guarantee the investment became urgent and also thinking that the economic privatization was an institutional stake. The right only could not create the good conditions for the privatization and investment. The author of this thesis gets from an exploratory study of the privatization right in Algeria, as much on the legislative level as on the economic level in order to get to a future plan that could give shape to a certain balance between the public and private sector. Moreover, this very ambitious economic future plan gets to a decisive economic reflex ion for boosting the poles of regional growth. Because the problem of the current reforms is much more a politic than legacy question. The right of the law is to give legitimization to the free choice of the organization and development
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