Egypt: Investment, Housing Ministers Discuss Upper Egypt-Red Sea Highway

Investment Minister Osama Saleh and Housing Minister Tareq Wafiq are keen on pushing forward and activating Upper Egypt-Red Sea highway project to raise the standard of living and attract more investments and provide more jobs.

The two ministers reviewed a plan for comprehensive development that includes establishing a regional service center over 4,353 feddans in Suhag that includes a housing city for 75,000 people.

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