Ministry of Investment
The value of the Egyptian-Swiss cooperation strategy as part of the economic cooperation framework deal between both countries is worth about 86 million Swiss francs until 2020.
The delegation was accompanied by Egyptian Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr, the ministry said on Thursday.
Ministry of Investment signed a LE 10 million grant with the African Development Bank (ADB) to strengthen the environmental management system for Fekratk Sherkatk initiative.
Development Cooperation between Egypt and Germany recorded $2.4 billion, Ministry of Investment announced Tuesday.
Cattaruzzi said the improved investment atmosphere in Egypt and the newly-adopted legislative measures encourages Google to reopen its office in Egypt.
Nasr and President of the World Bank Group revealed on Saturday the details of a new project to support the entrepreneurs and small and medium-sized enterprises
"I look forward to working closely with President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi to achieve faster growth in Egypt and Africa,"David Malpas said.
Maait left on Tuesday for Washington to take part in the spring meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank.
Nasr has lauded Egyptian-Jordanian profound relations, saying the Egyptian government is keen on developing investment ties with Amman.
The World Bank has praised efforts exerted by Egypt to fight corruption and eliminate terrorism.
Ministers of investment, public enterprise sector to open the conference.
Nasr discussed with a Greek delegation the investment climate in Egypt.
Egypt received grants worth €18 million for six development projects as part of the first phase of the European Union (EU) Cross Border Cooperation program.
The agreement, signed in Beijing on September 2, 2015, aims at promoting economic development and cooperation in the field of productive energy.
Investment Minister Sahar Nasr said that Egypt successfully implemented a daring economic reform program that already started to bear fruit.
The minister gave the remarks during a meeting with investors representing 16 companies.
Khalil said that an agreement will be signed with Madagascar at a value of $10 million.
IFC noted that the start-ups include Vezeeta, Avidbeam and Next Protein.
Qobrsi of the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones highlighted the role of the private sector in increasing the competitiveness of African economies.
The Ministry of Investment funded the program with 500 million dollars in Sohag and Qena.