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Mohamed Shadid, CEO of Eitesal, has revealed the virtual meeting’s topics. The most notable of these will be the Egyptian business community’s role in supporting the state in its development goals as part of Vision 2030.
Egypt’s import bill has generally decreased, on back of commensurate decrease in demand for foreign exchange, says economic expert
The agency noted that China, as the foremost supplier of raw materials for pharmaceuticals, was particularly hard hit, alongside other countries in East Asia and Europe.
Sarhan’s comments came during his participation in the “Narrative Summit – Reshaping Norms” conference. Egypt hosted the conference, which was set up to discuss the socio-economic impacts of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Hammad will also be responsible for managing standard customer experience and quality management, in addition to direct sales teams.
The Touch-Less start-up has taken this opportunity to enable innovative technology to act as a barrier and ensure a safer environment for everyone.
The grants were signed by Minister Al-Mashat and the Canadian Ambassador to Egypt, Jess Dutton, under a bilateral development assistance programme.
The awards are presented by the International Trade Center (ITC) every two years to inspiring organisations and initiatives that have successfully delivered real trade development and impact.
The programme aims to help SMEs open up in new international markets, and increase their exports in current ones, without incurring any financial burdens.
The two special representatives undertook a frank and in-depth exchange of views on the recent developments that have occurred along the western section of the India-China border areas.