The launch of the Egyptian-Kuwaiti Business Forum in the presence of Abou El-Enein

The launch of the Egyptian-Kuwaiti Business Forum in the presence of Abou El-Enein


Prominent businessman Mohamed Abou El-Enein, the honorary president of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean  attended the opening session of Egyptian-Kuwaiti Business Forum held in Cairo Monday.

On sidelines of the event, Abou El-Enein invited the Kuwaiti investors to take advantage of many investment opportunities in Egypt.

He stressed that the laws of special economic zones, which are characterized by great investment facilities, can be utilized, pointing out that these areas are investment opportunities for Kuwait.

Abou El-Enein pointed out that Egypt has agricultural industrial zones of a competitive investment advantage in the Egyptian market. He stressed the need to replace Arab technology with the imported ones.

Abou El-Enein wished Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah a speedy recovery.

During the opening session, Adel Nasser, President of the Giza Chamber of Commerce and Vice-President of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce said, “The Arab integration is a popular desire and political will. It is what Egypt and Kuwait seek. Based on this desire, the successive governments have made a clear effort to create a climate for the private sector to play its role in development.”

Abou El-Enein wished Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah a speedy recovery.

During the opening session, Adel Nasser, President of the Giza Chamber of Commerce and Vice-President of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce said, “The Arab integration is a popular desire and political will. It is what Egypt and Kuwait seek. Based on this desire, the successive governments have made a clear effort to create a climate for the private sector to play its role in development.”

Abou El-Enein wished Kuwait Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah a speedy recovery.

During the opening session, Adel Nasser, President of the Giza Chamber of Commerce and Vice-President of the Federation of Chambers of Commerce said, “The Arab integration is a popular desire and political will. It is what Egypt and Kuwait seek. Based on this desire, the successive governments have made a clear effort to create a climate for the private sector to play its role in development.”

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