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Credit Agricole Egypt to support Egyptian import & export

During a conference, Crédit Agricole Egypt announced the launch of the 1st website in Egypt to support international trade and investment.
Crédit Agricole Egypt hosted a seminar titled 'Supporting Trade and Investment' for Egyptian companies in collaboration with a number of renowned entities and organizations aiming to support investments in Egypt.

Those are the General Authority for Investment (GAFI), the Egyptian Banking Institute, the Egyptian Junior Business Association (EJB), ANIMA Investment Network and EURO MENA Investment Fund.

The conference started with a welcome note by Francois Edouard Drion, Chairman and Managing Director of Crédit Agricole Egypt, who addressed all guests. He expressed his appreciation to the vital role that these entities play in driving the Egyptian economy at this crucial time.

"The conference is part of Crédit Agricole Egypt's strategy and commitment to provide innovative tools and resources to help boost Egyptian companies. They are the cornerstone to grow the Egyptian economy as a whole. Crédit Agricole Egyptis equally committed to support large companies as well as SMEs as part of its strong belief in the role of the private sector as a key partner in developing the economy and providing much needed job opportunities," added Drion.

Participants from over 200 different companies attended the conference and followed a panel discussion on the different means to support trade and investments from the different perspectives of the panelists, their know-how and expertise. The panel was moderated by Dr. Samir Radwan.

During the conference, Crédit Agricole Egypt announced the launch of the 1st website in Egypt to support international trade and investment: new website is an added-value service offered by Crédit Agricole Egypt to provide Egyptian companies with a very rich and updated content and services to help support their trade initiatives.

To further support Egyptian companies, the website is available to all companies free of charge. The websiteprovides a broad spectrum of data about investment opportunities in 185 countries, as well as detailed information about general investment conditions, legal frameworks, business environment, tax climate as well as personalized assistance for investors seeking counterparties in these countries.