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Parliamentary Elections postpone Cairo's ICT 2013 till September

Organizer Fair Trade International moved one of Cairo’s most prominent technology events from April to September 2013.
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<br><div><b>Osama Kamal, Executive Director of Trade Fairs International</b></div>
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<p>Osama Kamal, Executive Director of Trade Fairs International, assured that the company only wants what is best for the Egyptian and International participating companies and institutions, and currently the delay would serve the common good. Business will not thrive as much as expected, especially after the Parliamentary Elections were initially planned on the same days as the event. Even with their deferment, the state of the country is too tense.</p>
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<p>The new date (September 29 - October 2) was agreed on with the Minister of Communication and Information Technology Atef Helmy, who will also join President Mohamed Morsi on his trip to India and the United States next month. “This could increase the number of participating companies from these countries,” Kamal explained. “Delegations from other countries like Turkey, China and Taiwan did not mind the change in plans.” </p>
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<p>For more information on the fair, please visit:</p>
<a href=http://www.egypt-business.com/Event/details/1248-Cairo-ICT-2013/819>http://www.egypt-business.com/Event/details/1248-Cairo-ICT-2013/819</a>
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<p>The 20th International Conference on Telecommunications is sponsored by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology. </p>
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