By Sami Zaptia.
London, 12 November 2020:
The Libyan-Egyptian Joint Economic Chamber held a meeting in Cairo yesterday to discuss increased bilateral trade.
The meeting was held between Hani Safrakis, Chairman of the Libyan-Egyptian Joint Economic Chamber, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce in Giza Governorate, Mohamed Imbaby, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy and Head of the Economic, Commercial and People’s Affairs Sector, Adel Abdel Karim Razin, and Chairman the Division of Recruitment Companies for Egyptians Abroad, Ahmed Saad Mostafa, and the General Manager and a member of the Board of Directors of the Employment Abroad Division in the Giza Chamber of Commerce, Osama Mohamed Ahmed.
The expanded meeting touched on cooperation and coordination between the Joint Economic Chamber and the Chamber of Commerce in Giza in all areas of trade between the two countries, as the Giza Chamber of Commerce is classified among the 27 largest chambers of the Egyptian Federation in terms of volume of business.
Bilateralism between the two countries, enhancing opportunities for trade exchange, revitalizing the joint economy, overcoming difficulties for business leaders and merchants, and contributing to the establishment of joint conferences between the two sides.