The Saudi-Egyptian Business Opportunities Forum to kick off in Cairo next Saturday

06 Apr 2016
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture organizes the Saudi-Egyptian Business Opportunities Forum in Cairo, next Saturday 02.07.1437 H, in conjunction with the visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud, (May Allah Bless Him) to Egypt, which will start on Thursday 29.06.1437 H.
The Forum will be attended by H.E. the Minister of Commerce and Industry Dr. Tawfiq Bin Fawzan Al Rabiah, and H.E. the Minister of Agriculture, Eng. Abdul Rahman bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Fadhli, and from the Egyptian side, H.E.the Minister of Commerce and Industry, Dr. Tahir Kabeel, and H.E. the Minister of Investment Mrs. Dalia Khursheed, as well as a number of officials, specialists and businessmen from both countries.
The forum aims to discuss the Saudi Egyptian business opportunities, and the factors of investment in the Kingdom and Egypt in the fields of agricultural investment, agricultural food industries, commercial, industrial and renewable energy.
It is worth mentioning that the Saudi Exports Development Authority also organizes an exhibition for marketing the Saudi products, so as to achieve better access for national products outside the Kingdom, taking into consideration creating quality opportunities for the Saudi products, in order to achieve a wider access to the Arab and international markets.
The Saudi-Egyptian Business Opportunities Forum will review the most prominent current and future investment projects, in which the private investors from both countries can participate in, and it would clarify the incentives and advantages offered by the Government in both countries for investors, so that they can enter into joint investment projects.
The Forum will discuss as well how to attract the national & international investors to achieve sustainable investments in various fields, in addition to the exchange of expertise and human knowledge in all Forum`s issues, so as to achieve sustainable economic development in both countries.

Last Modified 25 Dec 2018