Canadian Chamber Resumes Signing 3 Cooperation Protocols with Organizations
Published Wednesday, 30 January 2013 14:12 | Written by Islam Moatasem
The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, head by Dr Fayez Ezz El Din, resumes signing 3 cooperation protocols with Mining Renaissance Association (MRA), Mining Export Council, and Consumer Protection Agency (CPA); especially after the chamber has delayed signing these protocols.
Dr Fayez Ezz El Din told "Amwal al Ghad" that the chamber will organize tomorrow a wide conference for signing the cooperation protocols and discussing the future of the mining industries and the ways of the joint cooperation. He affirmed that Egypt has numerous mining constituents could be utilized, working on boosting the added value to the mining industries, and establishing huge industrial ventures in Egypt, in association with the Canadian side via the chamber.
Ezz El Din has referred that the mining sector can lead the economic development in Egypt because of its constituents and the hefty mining wealth that Egypt has, through enhancing the cooperation between the Canadian chamber and the associations.
The chairman added that the protocol with Consumer Protection Authority (CPA) aims at utilizing Canada's experiences in the field of consumer protection, fighting the practices that harm the consumer protection. The authority and the chamber cooperate together and organize workshops, meetings, and conferences.
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