Egyptian-Indian business council to hold meeting in Nov.

Business Line


The Egyptian-Indian Business Council will hold an expanded meeting next month to discuss cooperation, head of the Egyptian side Khaled Abu Elmakarem said.

Speaking to MENA, he said about 15 Indian businesspersons will attend to cover files of hospitals and medical services.

The meeting’s agenda will take up increasing the volume of trade exchange between the two sides and offering new investment opportunities, Abu Elmakarem said.

About 450 Indian companies have business in Egypt with a total capital of $3.2 billion, he said, adding that this capital value hiked 6.7 percent from 2015.

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