It is organized by the Egyptian British Business Association BEBA and the Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce (EBCC) in cooperation with the Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt in the United Kingdom and the British International Trade Administration (DIT) in Egypt.
Egyptian ministers have concluded a successful business mission to the UK to explore new opportunities of economic cooperation between the two countries.
The panel explored the challenges and opportunities of growth surrounding the Universal Healthcare System
Minister of Transportation Kamel el-Wazir led a private tour in the international company “Bombardier” in Derby, UK to discuss investment opportunities in the transportation sector in Egypt.
One of BEBA's role is to illustrate the true picture of the situation in Egypt to the investors, Nossair stated.
The British ambassador to Egypt predicted on Nov. 28 that the number of British tourists visiting Egypt will reach 450,000 by the end of 2018.
BEBA is working on increasing the volume of trade exchange and boosting the economic and trade relationship between both countries.
Egypt targets UK investors amid Brexit uncertainty.
BEBA is organizing a business delegation to the UK from November 8 to 11, with the participation of 40 companies in different fields.
The smart meters project will be accompanied by other projects in the infrastructure sector such as establishing computerized control centers, Ayman Hamza said.
The private sector will not be allowed to reach all types of natural gas consumers after new law becomes effective.
The executive regulations of the New Gas Market Law will be issued before year-end, and the draft has been finished.