The Minister of Trade and Industry issues a decision to restructure the Egyptian side in the Egyptian-Algerian Business Council headed by Ahmed Al-Suwaidi for a period of three years

نيفين جامع Nevin Jameh

Nevin Jameh: The new formation aims to strengthen trade, industrial and investment relations between Egypt and Algeria during the next stage

3692785477456893 Mrs. Nevin Gamea, Minister of Trade and Industry, issued a decision to restructure the Egyptian side in the Egyptian-Algerian Business Council headed by Eng. Ahmed Sadiq El Sewedy, CEO and Managing Director of El Sewedy Electric Company, and the membership of Eng. Sayed Farouk, Arab Contractors Company, Eng. Walid Lotfy, Petrojet, Eng. Khalil Ibrahim, Fresh Electric for Home Appliances, Eng. Mohamed Abdel Moneim, Atlantic Industries Limited, and Dr. Hisham Abdel Hamid, El Masreya for the manufacture of starch and glucose, Eng. Amr Kandil, Kama for coating and metalworking, Eng. Wael Gwaid, Egypt Gas, Eng. Farouk Mahmoud, El Amir for the manufacture and processing of crops, Mr. Khaled Badawy, Emerald for corn products, and Ms. Siham Abdel Magy Dr. Samsung Electronics Egypt, Mr. Omar Muhanna, Alexandria Tires, Mr. John Beshay, Al Sharq Trade and Industry, Mr. Arafat Saqr, Acrow Misr Metallic Scaffolding and Formwork, Mr. Mohamed Fares, Al Wahba Egypt, Mr. Muhammad Othman, Al Amal Trading and Agencies, and Mr. Hani Mahmoud , International for the manufacture of carton boxes Interpack and Mr. Hisham Mostafa, Spirea Egypt. 3692785477456893

. The decision stipulated that the term of the council’s work would be 3 years from the date of its publication in the Egyptian Gazette, and ensured that the head of the Egyptian side would submit a semi-annual periodic report on the efforts and activities of the council to the Minister of Trade and Industry, including what the council had done of activity, what it saw as proposals and its future plans for the development of common interests between The two countries, and that the concerned Egyptian authorities and Egyptian embassies abroad, as well as commercial offices, assist the Council in performing its tasks and facilitate the exercise of its responsibilities and provide it with the data or information it requests related to its activities. Jameh explained that the restructuring of the Egyptian side in the Egyptian-Algerian Business Council comes within the framework of the ministry’s keenness to strengthen the movement of exchange Gary, joint investments and industrial cooperation between Egypt and Algeria during the next stage, especially in light of the distinguished relations that link the governments and peoples of the two countries, pointing out that the new formation included a number of competencies and expertise in the sectors that represent the main pillar of joint economic and commercial cooperation between Egypt and Algeria.