Wednesday, December 3, 2014

30 offer from international companies to invest in the global center for Yields

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Khaled Hanafi, Minister of Supply and Internal Trade, said the number of bids to establish a strategy for participation and investment alliances in the global logistics center for grain and grain and food products accounted for more than 30 offer from investors and international companies from most Arab and foreign countries including the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Sudan and Uganda and the United States, Canada, Italy, France and Russia Slovenia and others. The minister pointed out in a statement of the ministry said on Wednesday that the China Harbour Company, one of the leading global Chinese state-owned companies in the field of finance, construct ports and silos offered to establish a strategic alliance with Egypt through participation and investment in the global logistics for grain and grain and food commodities, which the center will begin to be implemented in the province Damietta the middle of this month, which aims to transform Egypt for a global logistic hub for the storage and handling of grain and food commodities. He explained that it was agreed in principle with the Chinese the China Harbour Company to participate and invest in the global logistics center for grain and linking the movement of trade in all commodities, including grains, fruits and other between Egypt and China through the global logistic center, pointing out that the China Harbour Company is wholly owned by the Chinese government, and is the fourth company in the world in the field of finance, construct ports and has several major projects in most countries of the world.

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