Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia – The Federation of Egyptian Chambers of Commerce (FEDCOC) is gearing up to host the first Gulf-Egyptian Business Forum on November 22 and 23. The event is organized by the Federation of Gulf Cooperation Council (FGCC) chambers in cooperation with FEDCOC and supported by the General Secretariat of the GCC and the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Egypt.
According to Saudi Press Agency, the forum, themed "Business - Investment - Partnership," is expected to draw Gulf and Egyptian officials and entrepreneurs. According to the organizers, it will focus on significant economic and commercial issues, featuring four key sessions: investment opportunities in real estate, agriculture, food industry, and tourism; industrial integration in electricity, water, and renewable energy; GCC-Egyptian cooperation in healthcare, medicine, and ICT; and collaboration in training, technology expertise sharing, and education.
The GCC countries and Egypt are pivotal in the Arab region, boasting resources essential for economic integration. The trade exchange between the two sides surpassed $12.2 billion in 2022, highlighting the growing economic ties and potential for further collaboration.