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Egypt's minister Nasr calls on investors to take advantage of opportunities in tourism

Doaa A.Moneim , Monday 22 Jul 2019
Minister Sahar Nasr
Egypt's investment and int'l cooperation minister Sahar Nasr meets with Egyptian investors (Photo Courtesy of MOIC official website)
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Egypt’s Investment Minister Sahar Nasr held a meeting on Monday with number of prominent Egyptian investors to review investment opportunities in the tourism sector that are included in Egypt’s investment map.

The meeting, according a statement issued today, discussed investors’ demands related to improving the investment climate in the tourism sector and finding solutions to the problems they are facing.

Minister Nasr asserted that the state is keen on private sector partnership as well as working on increasing private investments in the Egyptian market.

The investors who attended the meeting praised the efforts introduced by the Ministry on Investment and International Cooperation to improve the investment climate, asserting that investment opportunities in the tourism sector are promising.

 

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