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FJP Calls for Supporting Egypt's Economy
FJP Calls for Supporting Egypt's Economy
Founder of the Egyptian Organization for Business and Investment and prominent businessman, Hassan Malek, stated that the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) is working in coordination with Egypt's political factions to support free trade in Egypt in order to overcome the downfalls that resulted from the former regime's corruption.
Wednesday, October 19,2011 16:04
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 Founder of the Egyptian Organization for Business and Investment and prominent businessman, Hassan Malek, stated that the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) is working in coordination with Egypt's political factions to support free trade in  Egypt in order to overcome the downfalls that resulted from the former regime's corruption.

 

 
"The Freedom and Justice Party is working on drafting a complete and transparent agenda for Egypt's economy with the full cooperation of all parties and factions. We hope to open horizons and encourage increased investment and support the tourism industry", he said to a delegation of investors which met at the party's headquarters in Cairo Tuesday.

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