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Vodafone Egypt invests $2.8bln in 21 years

Curtil praised the Egyptian government’s efforts to ease the barriers in the face of investments.

Vodafone has invested around EGP 45 billion over 21 years, according to the company’s CEO Alexandre Froment Curtil.

Curtil praised the Egyptian government’s efforts to ease the barriers in the face of investments in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector, according to a video published by the Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation.

Moreover, the CEO of Vodafone Egypt stressed that the country currently has many opportunities for investment in the digital and technology domain.

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