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‘Cairo rich in large, diversified investment opportunities’
KUWAIT CITY, Jan 30: Dean of Journalism and Editor-in-Chief of the Arab Times and Al- Seyassah newspapers Ahmed Al-Jarallah described what is happening in Egypt under President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi currently as a great achievement and an unprecedented development of the nation, stressing that the international financial institutions trust in the ability of the Egyptian economy to achieve real growth in accordance with the scheme set by the state to advance and accelerate the pace of development and the exploitation of all resources at the disposal of Egypt, reports Al- Seyassah daily.
Al-Jarallah told the Middle East News Agency recently that Egypt has natural and human capabilities that place it on the high pedestal among the major countries of the world, stressing that Cairo is taking steady steps in the right direction, thanks to the wise leadership of the Egyptian President Al-Sisi.
Al-Jarallah referred to the new housing projects mushrooming in all parts of Egypt and replacing slums befitting Egypt’s position throughout history, stressing that the economic return from the housing project and the horizontal expansion away from crowded places, creates new job opportunities and gives a view and a civilized splendor that dates back to the era of the last century in Egypt. He stressed Egypt is rich in large and diversified investment opportunities that require a new idea for marketing. He stated that “the great people of Egypt fought poverty and restored to Egypt its economic strength, and the future is better. The land of Egypt has opened the gates of prosperity for its people under the leadership of their president.”
Al-Jarallah said, “We know that Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Egypt are the Arab Middle East, Arab money and human geography, the interconnected and influential geographical extension, and the cooperating force that many ideologies tried to overthrow, and the last of these absurd ideologies was the so-called ‘Arab Spring’ movement.