Egypt Project Outlook
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Egypt project market continues to grow over the past few years and leads the African region with over 300 active projects worth $338 billion as per leading project tracking platform ABiQ. With the government keen on developing new infrastructure to meet the needs of a rapidly growing population, Egypt’s project market outlook looks promising. Construction projects in Egypt lead the market followed by Energy and Transport projects.
ABiQ is hosting a webinar to discuss the current project market including top upcoming and ongoing projects in Egypt, top-performing sectors, challenges, and the future of the market.
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