Issad Rebrab back in hotseat
Two and half years after being released from custody, Cevital's founder is tangled in a new legal case over a plant in Béjaïa.
Some players in the pharmaceutical industry have fought tooth and nail to be kept on the list of "strategic sectors" covered by Algeria's law capping foreign ownership at 49%. Here is a backstage view of their tug-of-war.
Yassine Rebrab, son of business tycoon Issad Rebrab, is increasingly developing his own business interests. According to our sources, he [...]
Household electrical goods giant Condor Electronics plans to take advantage of its relationship with PSA Peugeot Citroen to build an [...]
Yassine Rebrab, the businessman son of Cevital group billionaire Issad Rebrab (MC 1252) , is chasing a new moneyspinner in [...]
Isaad Rebrab, whose Liberte newspaper has been hit by strike action following the sacking of five trade union representatives, is [...]
The former London trader Kamal Benkoussa, who stood as a [...]