“Industrial Development” concludes 4 forums in the industrial zones in Qena and Sohag governorates to listen to investors’ demands
Under the auspices of the Ministry of Trade and Industry and under the directives of Eng. Mohamed Abdel-Karim, Chairman of the Industrial Development Authority, to meet the demands of investors and solve all the challenges facing them, the Authority concluded, through the Local Development Program Implementation Unit in Upper Egypt, a series of industrial forums that it organized in the governorates of Qena and Sohag in the industrial zones. Kalahin – Qift and He – Naga Hammadi in Qena Governorate, and the industrial zones west of Girga and west of Tahta in Sohag Governorate, where these forums were held within the framework of the local development program in Upper Egypt in cooperation with both Qena and Sohag and the coordinating office of the program with the aim of supporting the industrial sector and preparing the industrial investment climate in the two governorates and facilitating Their access to financial and non-financial services from the concerned government agencies and the banking sector, with the active participation of civil society and the private sector and in the presence of those in charge of the unit and representatives of government agencies including representatives of the Ministry of Local Development, the two governorates and the Investment Authority.
The Public Authority for Industrial Development, the organizer of the forums, invited each of the Small and Medium Enterprises Development Agency, the Industrial Modernization Center, the Daman Company of the Central Bank, the National Bank, Banque Misr, and the Suez Canal Bank to present all financial and non-financial services to the industrial investor. industrial sector in the two governorates in order to support the industrial sector and facilitate their access to financing, training, marketing and other services.
The industrial forums that the authority is keen to hold periodically are one of the most important initiatives through which the authority seeks to involve stakeholders from industrial zone investors, citizens of the two governorates, community organizations and the development of the industrial sector to create an open dialogue with the private sector to listen to their demands and solve their problems.
During the activities of the forums, the efforts of the authority and the governorates of Qena and Sohag in the process of developing industrial zones, raising the efficiency of facilities, and improving the investment climate in the two governorates were presented. In addition, the demands of investors and the challenges facing them were discussed in order to submit recommendations for solutions to the concerned authorities.