Egypt signs export contracts with Romania worth $4.3mln; ECS says

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Egyptian commercial office at Bucharest succeeded in inking export contracts between a number of Egyptian firms and their Romanian counterparts.

Chairman of Egypt’s Commercial Service Office (ECS), Ali El-Leithy stated Saturday that the total costs of the signed contracts are estimated at US$4.3 million.

On other side, the official added that Egypt took part in 20 global exhibition during July 2016.

He noted that state’s commercial office at Kuwait is in talks with Kuwait Fund For Arab Economic Development over fund’s loan to finance five seawater desalination plants in Sinai with the cost of US$100 million.

Moreover, El-Leithy noted that Egyptian commercial office at Erbil is currently coordinating with Egypt Expo and Convention Authority (EECA) to hold the third exhibition for Egyptian products in Erbil from 20-29 October 2016.