The signing of a cooperation protocol with the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry

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Monday - 3 June 2013 - 1:22 PM


 Cairo Chamber of Commerce signed a cooperation protocol with the Federation of Chambers


of Commerce and Industry headed by   vice president of  Federation of Nepalese Chambers of


Commerce and Industry "Bhaskr Raj Razhnikar".  The Protocol aims to strengthen economic and trade


relations between Egypt and Nepal during the coming period.



Sameh Zaki, Cairo Chamber  board member said that the protocol aimed at exchanging meetings


between Egyptian and Nepalese businessmen,  experiences in the areas of training, education and


dissemination of business offers to achieve the best opportunities  and knowing the market conditions


in each country.



Zaki noted during the Conference that  Cairo Chamber  is considered one of the biggest and most


important Egyptian trade institutions for developing domestic and external trade, where it was founded in


1913 as the first public trade chamber in Egypt, and it includes about 450 thousand members,


represented by more than 60 commercial division in various activities.




He stressed that the most important goal of the Chamber is  trying to find appropriate ways to contact


between exporters , importers and investors Egyptians and foreigners and coordination with economic


and trade institutions at Egypt and abroad, and it specializes in Organizing various business divisions


and seeking  to solve the problems they are faced.




Zaki expressed his appreciation to the delegation of Nepal as well as "Kachl  Kishore" Ambassador of


Nepal in Cairo for  his efforts to complete the mutual cooperation between Egypt and Nepal and working


to reach together to satisfactory results, which eventually lead to further progress and prosperity. He


pointed that we should begin new era of open business dealings and new investment because it is


considered the backbone of the progress of nations.