On Tuesday's (07/11/17) news briefing with BBC World News, OBG Editor-in-Chief Oliver Cornock discussed the plunge in snapchat’s stock prices due to weak revenue and user growth, the influence of Trump’s current Asia tour on US-china ties. The review also discussed the aid blockade in Yemen, slow Brexit progress warning and driver-less cars
The private sector in Algeria has certainly gained a foothold in the last two decades, despite it still facing limitations, such as those on imports, that affect its performance. But the results of OBG’s inaugural Business Barometer: Algeria CEO Survey show CEOs to be largely positive about the state of the economy: most
notably, over two-thirds of CEOs said they were likely or very likely to make a significant capital investment, which shows a level of comfort with the rules of the game – and hopefully is also a larger bet on diversification.
After posting results of the OBG Business Barometer: CEO Surveys from countries around the world, including Mexico, the Philippines, Egypt and Saudi Arabia, being able to present the first edition on Algeria is a milestone. The country is full of opportunities and challenges, and certainly demands greater local knowledge than other markets.