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Hassan Malik: Egypt Moves to Era of Transparency and Openness; Builds Institutional State
Hassan Malik: Egypt Moves to Era of Transparency and Openness; Builds Institutional State
Egyptian Businessmen Development Association chief tells Indian economists delegation that Egypt endeavors to build a powerful, prosperous institutional democracy.
Sunday, November 11,2012 06:36

 In a meeting between the Egyptian business association EBDA and a Federation of Chambers of Indian Industries delegation, aimed at bolstering Egyptian-Indian relations, Hassan Malik, head of the Egyptian Businessmen Development Association (EBDA), said that Egypt is moving into a new era where it is endeavoring to build an institutional state, with full transparency and openness to the whole world.

"Relations between Egypt and India, at all levels, hold a great deal of importance."

Each party introduced their own organization and its aspirations and future goals. Attendees included representatives of the Ministry of Investment and Industry and the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones and a number of Freedom and Justice Party leaders.
tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / Malik / EBDA / Democracy
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