The efforts of the Algerian state to transform into a digital economy - great ambitions and modest achievements
مجهودات الدولة الجزائرية للتوجه نحو الاقتصاد الرقمي- طموحات كبيرة وإنجازات متواضعة
Keywords:digital economy, information and communication technology, infrastructure, Algerian state
This study reveals the reality of the digital orientation in Algeria through the efforts made to achieve a sound transition, and based on a conceptual problem, through which we try to theoretically root the concept of the digital economy and the challenges it faces, which resulted in the Algerian state making the efforts entrusted to it and what It must be achieved, and accordingly we aim to know the extent to which importance is given to the digital orientation in the visions of the Algerian government. Long-term strategies and updating the necessary laws while strengthening its infrastructure.
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