⸻ Algeria
Official Country Name

People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria

New York Convention

(Ratification (R), Accession(A), Succession(D)

7 Feb 1989 (a)

Arbitration Legislation

Arbitration in Algeria is codified in Articles 1006 to 1061 of the Algerian Code of Civil and Administrative Procedure (the “CCAP”). The latest amendment took place on 25 February 2008, through Act No 08-09, and entered in force one year later, on 25 February 2009.


Signature (S), Ratification(R), Entry Into Force (Ef)

Apr 17, 1995 (s) Feb 21, 1996(r) Mar 22, 1996(ef)

Mauritus Convention

Signature (S) Ratification (R), Acceptance(A), Approval(Aa), Accession(A)

Not a signatory

Regional Economic Community

Signature (S), Ratification(R), Entry Into Force (Ef)

AMU, AfCFTA (Signed)

International Arbitration Centers

Signature (S), Ratification(R), Entry Into Force (Ef)

(1) Algerian Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Algiers

(2) Annaba Mediation & Arbitration Centre, Annaba

BIT's in force

Signature (S), Ratification(R), Entry Into Force (Ef)

“In Force:
Argentina, Austria, Bahrain, BLEU, Bulgaria, China, Denmark, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Republic of Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Mali, Mozambique, Netherlands, Oman, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates.

Not In Force:
Cuba, Czech Republic, Cuba, Indonesia, Libya, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Qatar, Russian Federation, South Africa, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine, Vietnam, Yemen.”

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