AFCCA’s Hassan Abdelaziz outlines Egyptian construction investments in Africa
President of African Federation for Construction Contractor’s Associations (AFCCA), Hassan Abdelaziz highlighted on Sunday the volume of Egypt’s recent construction investments in Africa.
The African Federation has managed to attract projects of around $69,615 billion for Egyptian construction firms in different African countries. These investments are seen to reflect the AFCCA’s efforts to support Egyptian construction firms and increase their competitiveness regionally and globally.
Abdelaziz also stressed the fact Egypt has witnessed huge urban expansion in a limited time. Such expansion is perceived to result naturally from comprehensive policies contributing to development, investment attraction, achieving security and stability. Delegates attending the forum visits executed and ongoing projects in Al Galala city, he added.
This edition of Builders of Egypt Forum has witnessed Saudi Arabia as a guest of honor. The Saudi delegation is headed by Zakaria Al-Abdul Qader, president of the Saudi Contractors Authority (SCA).