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Coi, international seminar in Egypt on 23 April 2019

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An important seminar on opportunities for investing in the Egyptian olive sector will be the theme of the opening event of the 53rd meeting of the IOC Advisory Committee to be held in Egypt on 24 April 2019.

The international seminar will take place the day before the meeting of the AC on 23 April 2019 from 9am to 5pm at Al Masah Hotel in Nasr City, Cairo.

The event was organised by the Egyptian Olive Council (EOC) and will be attended by ministers of investment, agriculture, industry and trade, and tourism.

At the seminar, attendees will discuss the advantages of investing in the olive sector in Egypt today, what the opportunities are and what facilities are available for those who decide to accept the challenge.

There will also be a session dedicated to others’ experiences investing capital into this sector, including back-to-back meetings with the country’s main banking institutions.

    

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