Ministry of Communications and Information Technology
12 March 2015
EEDC Holds in Sharm el-Sheikh

Under the auspices of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Egypt Economic Development Conference (EEDC) is to hold in Sharm el-Sheikh on 13-15 March 2015.

EEDC offers a unique opportunity to further understand the investment opportunities available in Egypt and share views with heads of states, ministers, CEOs, diplomats and investors from around the world.

This unprecedented gathering of Egypt's international partners will send a clear signal of confidence to domestic and international investors alike.

The Minister of Communications and Information Technology Khaled Negm, heading a top-level delegation, is to take part in the conference where he is expected to hold bilateral meetings with a number of top officials.

The conference is a key milestone of the government’s medium-term economic development plan, which is designed to bring prosperity and improved social services to the people of Egypt.

The Government of Egypt is launching an ambitious investment program so that Egypt can realize its full economic potential and generate employment.

This program will help fulfill the aspirations of the Egyptian people and enable Egypt to play a critical role in rebuilding prosperity and stability for the region.

The conference will present investment opportunities to domestic and international investors across key sectors including the communications and information technology sector. Key sectors targeted include oil and gas, power, housing, transportation and logistics, mining, tourism, industry and agriculture.

Offering an attractive opportunities to local, regional and global investors, EEDC will reposition Egypt on the global investment map and affirm its potential as a source of political and economic stability in the region and a trusted partner on the international arena.

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