Egypt Interviews

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Egypt Real Estate: Engineer Amr Soliman Presents Mountain View iCity, the First Happy City in the World

In this exclusive interview, Engineer Amr Soliman presents Mountain View iCity, the first happy city in the world. With its innovative 4-dimensional design, iCity offers separate layers for themed parks, lush outdoors and activities; the hidden motorway and parking layer; a fascinating 15km corniche connecting all the parks with walking, jogging and biking trails; and finally the privacy of your home in New Cairo, Egypt.

Egypt Real Estate: Tatweer Misr, A Leading Provider of Integrated and Mixed-Use Developments

Dr Ahmed Shalaby gives an overview of the real estate sector in Egypt and discusses latest news and future plans for Tatweer Misr in the current context. Since its inception in 2014, Tatweer Misr has been offering an innovative outlook on integrated living to strongly emerge as a leading real estate developer in Egypt, fulfilling the rising demand on mixed-use projects that enrich the life of its communities.

Khaled Abbas of ACUD Presents the New Administrative Capital: Egypt’s Upcoming Smart Green City

Eng. Khaled Abbas talks latest developments regarding the New Capital project and discusses investment opportunities in Egypt. He also explains what makes New Cairo different and unique, and shares plans and timelines for the next few years. The New Administrative Capital is developed with the strategic vision for a smart city integrating its smart infrastructure to provide many services to citizens.

Real Estate Development in Egypt: Islam A. Khamis of Sorouh Developments Talks Latest News About the New Capital

Islam A. Khamis presents the New Capital, also known as New Cairo, the new administrative city of Egypt. He also discusses latest news about Sorouh Developments and the real estate development sector in general, and talks about main projects, including residential development Entrada, and commercial developments Entrada Avenue and the Citadel.

Tarboul Industrial City: The Smart, Sustainable and Livable City, in Line with Egypt’s Pledge as Part of COP 27

In this interview, Ahmed Hamouda, Senior Investment Officer at GV Developments, highlights advances and efforts made by GV with Tarboul Industrial City in line with Egypt’s pledge as part of COP 27. He also gives an overview of Egypt’s first smart, sustainable and livable industrial city, and talks about the importance of implementing a sustainable economic model.

Real Estate and Construction in Egypt: Sherif Hamouda Discusses Upcoming Developments by GV Group

Sherif Hamouda gives an overview of the real estate and construction sector in Egypt, and presents GV Group. He also talks about upcoming developments, such as Tarboul City, the first green and smart industrial city in Egypt and one of the largest in the region, spanning over a 109-million meter square. Sherif Hamouda also mentions some of GV Group’s success stories and shares his vision for the medium term.

Egypt Agriculture: Hesham ElNaggar Gives an Overview of Leading Agricultural Company Daltex Corporation

Hesham ElNaggar shares his assessment of the agriculture sector in Egypt and gives an overview of Daltex Corporation, a leading agricultural company specialized in fresh produce exports which was established in 1964 by Samir El Naggar. Daltex Corporation is the largest exporter of potatoes globally, and one of the biggest producers of oranges.

Adly Thoma Presents Gemini Africa: An Investment Company and Entrepreneurial Hub for Egypt and Africa

Adly Thoma gives an overview of Gemini Africa, an investment company and a hub for the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Egypt and across Africa. Gemini Africa plays the role of the arm for entrepreneurs, linking or bridging between the ecosystem and Orascom Group. The company positions itself as an enabler and access to support for the startups.

Reforms of Egyptian Banking Sector Now Serve As A Case Study — ABC Egypt

“We had been reforming the banking sector from 2003 to 2010. These reforms saved the banking sector in Egypt during the dry years. It was very difficult to manage our reserves in the past few years. The performance of the Egyptian banking sector, its survival and its role as the backbone of the economy in those tough years, has now become a case study in the best universities in the world. “

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