Roundtable Egypt

  • January 17, 1970
  • 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
  • Hochschule Fresenius | Alte Rabenstr. 2, Raum 1.11, 20148 Hamburg
  • +49 (0) 40 609 455 437

In recent months, Egypt has attracted international attention with two major infrastructure projects: the construction of the second Suez Canal and the establishment of a new capital outside Cairo. These and other plans hold great opportunities for investment in a wide range of industries – from logistics and urban development to agriculture, energy, tourism and IT technologies. With the economic upturn returning to the Arab world’s most populous country, Egyptian and foreign companies alike are optimistic about the future on the Nile.

Roundtable Egypt
Current economic and political developments
in the most populous country on the Nile

Event language: English

Wednesday, May 27, 2015, 3:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Alte Rabenstr. 2, Room 1.11, 20148 Hamburg, Germany

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In addition to presentations on economic policy developments in Egypt, the event offers them the opportunity to discuss the current situation for foreign investors with entrepreneurs from the region in personal conversations. You can get to know potential partner companies from Egypt and explore cooperation interests. Your discussion partners will be executives from medium-sized companies with foreign trade potential who are traveling to Germany as part of the BMWi Manager Training Program.

1970-1-17 15:00 1970-1-17 18:00 Europe/London Roundtable Egypt Hochschule Fresenius | Alte Rabenstr. 2, Raum 1.11, 20148 Hamburg
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