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UAE firm plans to build amusement park and hotel in Algeria

The United Arab Emirates International Company for Investment intends to develop build an amusement park and a five star hotel in Algeria with a total value of $ 5.98 billion dollars, according to Kuwaiti News Agency.

The estimated project cost of the amusement park and hotel of 5.98 billion dollars is built on a large area in the western areas of the Algerian capital and will provide more than eight thousand jobs.

The Director-General of Algerian Investment Development Agency, Abdul Karim Mansouri  said "The purpose of this investment to provide space for games, entertainment, and create a fold of major natural and green spaces."

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