Egypt has been named the country of honor at the 2018 edition of Cityscape Global, which will take place at the Dubai World Trade Center from October 2 to 4, Reuters-affiliated website Zawya reports.
In this regard, an agreement was signed by Egyptian Deputy Minister of Housing for National Projects Khaled Abbas and Cityscape Group Director Chris Speller in the presence of Mostafa Madbouly, Prime Minister and Minister of Housing, Utilities, and Urban Communities.
The agreement aims to highlight Egypt’s economic and social development at Cityscape Global, the organizers said.
The event’s visitors will get to know Egypt’s latest real estate projects and investment opportunities offered in this field, in addition to the new cities such as New Cairo and the New Administrative Capital.
Egypt has been working on facilitating the real estate investment process for foreigners through the New Investment Law that tackles bureaucracy issues, as well as, the new residency law.
In addition, the government recently introduced a new investment law designed to eliminate bureaucracy and promote new opportunities to a wider pool of investors.
Tatweer Misr will participate in the event with their large-scale projects Il Monte Galala and Fouka Bay, as well as other key developers such as Marakez and City Edge Developments.