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Google hires a team to be based in Cairo

Google will work with the Ministry of Investment in the fields of entrepreneurship, small and medium-sized enterprises, and education

MENA , Sunday 23 Jun 2019
SAHR NASR
Egypt's Minister of Investment Sahar Nasr meets the managing director to Google business operations in the Middle East and North Africa Lino Cattaruzzi in Cairo,23 June 2019 (Photo courtesy of the Ministry of International Cooperation official Facebook page)
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Lino Cattaruzzi, managing director of Google business operations in the Middle East and North Africa, said the improved investment atmosphere in Egypt and newly-adopted legislative measures encourages Google to reopen its office in Egypt.
 
Cattaruzzi's statements came during a meeting with Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr, according to a statement issued by the ministry Sunday.
 
The two discussed cooperation between the ministry and Google company and its future investments in Egypt and Africa, especially in the fields of entrepreneurship, small and medium-sized enterprises, and education.
 
Nasr escorted Cattaruzzi on a tour of Egypt's Investor Service Centre, to get acquainted with investment opportunities offered to investors. 
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