Comesa Trade & Marketing is considering building a factory to recycle waste, generate electricity and produce fertiliser in
The project will be funded by a coalition of Egyptian and Finnish companies and African banks, he added.
According to Khoreibi,
Egyptian investments in the countries of
Khoreibi added that Comesa's trading volume increased from
He explained that a waste recycling factory in
Infrastructure investment is one of the most active investment sectors in African countries in light of their working to complete basic infrastructure both in Eastern and
He said that economic relations can help reform political tensions between the countries.
He requested that the private sector expand investments in
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