The amendment to the Code of Civil Procedure by Decree-Law No. 93.09 of 25
April 1993 (Download the code in force in the downloading area at the bottom of
page) allowed private and public companies to unambiguously request domestic
and international arbitration to resolve their economic and trade disputes.
The international arbitration clauses are now inserted in international
contracts of our businesses, but often these companies are not able to
implement such procedures, especially when they must do so in arbitration
centres of distant countries.
The international arbitration clauses are now brought in international
contracts of our businesses, but these companies often are not in position to
implement such procedures, especially when they have to do so in far-off
countries arbitration centres.
To enable Algerian companies to take advantage of this method of dispute
settlement the Algerian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CACI) has undertaken
- Creating an
association that must be able to work with the International Chamber of
- The association
applied for a membership application to the ICC that was accepted in 2000,
giving birth to the ICC Committee Algeria;
arbitration awareness of Algerian companies, including international
arbitration, through seminars and symposiums;
- Establish, within
it, a Centre for Conciliation, Mediation and
Arbitration (Le Centre) using
national and international expertise.
The Centre currently has its own arbitration rules