The Egyptian ICT sector is described, according to international assessment institutions, as one of the fastest growing economic sectors thanks to strategic plans that are in line with market and life developments.
Although the free trade part entails removing tariffs, that is not all.
Egypt has been expanding its public investments in digital transformation.
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The three-year agreement aims at increasing the Egyptian exports of IT products and services, including the BPO and shared services.
The first prize was awarded to a team of three young women from Aswan governorate.
El-Said added that the sector and outsourcing services to reach $6 billion, compared to the $3.5 billion targets for the 21/2022 plan year.
One of the 19 new private universities began operation in 2021.
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The Ministry of Telecommunications and Information Technology signed on Tuesday an MoU with South Korea's Pusan National University.
“As this past year witnessed the significant growth of this sector, the Ministry of International Cooperation held a multi-stakeholder platform to promote and present the structural reforms that have taken place in the ICT sector to the development partners,” Al-Mashat clarified.
That is in collaboration with GE Digital.
There is growing need for qualified calibers and entrepreneurs who are willing to invest in the digital technology sector expanding consumers' access to its services.
Egypt recorded a growth rate of about 2.9 percent during the third quarter of FY 2020/2021.
The National Telecommunication Institute (NTI) imposed fines worth LE20.65 million on cell phone service providers.
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That is driven by an increasing demand for technology use in all sectors.
El-Said added in a statement, Thursday, that the volume of investments that the state has pumped into the telecommunications sector has deepened its weight, with a growth of 3.5 percent.
Cohen elaborated that start-ups alone collected $100 million.
The communications minister, in his statement at the House of Representatives Sunday, said his Ministry has made great strides in terms of automated services.