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    ICT Policy Review for Egypt Report at UNCTAD

    Date published: 20 October 2011
    Within the framework of opening new channels of cooperation in ICT field, a report is released regarding the ICT Policy Review of Egypt.

    The report is mutually prepared by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the UNCTAD.

    The Report which took three years of study and preparation is the first to be released by the UNCTAD. Egypt is the only country that benefited from the recommendations of the 12th conference of UNCTAD held in Accra till now.

    Minister of Communications and Information Technology, Dr. Mohamed Salem is participating at the discussion session about the report of ICT Policy Review for Egypt.

    The session is to be held on the 26th of October, 2011. The minister, participating as the keynote speaker at the session, will present most important policies and activities of the Egyptian ICT sector and the significant events that took place since the Revolution of the 25th of January.

    Representatives from Finland, Germany, Brazil, India, Malaysia, as well as others from the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) are also attending the UNCTAD session. 

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    ICT Policy Review
    Oct 2011
    ICT Policy Review is a UNITED NATIONS PUBLICATION, printed in Switzerland.

    The core aim of the ICT Policy Review (ICTPR) is to assess the implementation of national ICT strategies by examining how ICT and e-business development issues have been operationalized in the development strategies and to identify policies, programs and implementation mechanisms favoring the development of the information economy. It should be noted that the Review was concluded before the “25 January 2011 revolution”. Thus, it does not take into consideration the implications of recent political events in Egypt.

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