Egypt aims to boost IT exports

29 June 2009

Dr. Tarek Kamel, Egyptian Minister of Communications & Information Technology has said that Egypt is primed to increase the volume of its IT/ITES exports to $1.1 billion by 2010. Improved infrastructure coupled with tax reforms have positioned Egypt 'at the new crossroads for next stage in the IT revolution,' he said. 'Global IT and telecommunications companies find that our Egyptian market provides real opportunity and advantages for investment including competitive operational costs, political stability, and highly qualified human resources,' he added.

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