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The General Authority for Construction and Housing Cooperatives (CHC – Egypt) Showcases the Largest Industrial Zone in the Middle East at Africa-Singapore Business Forum

The Africa-Singapore Business Forum kicked off today, with a focus on fostering cooperation and knowledge exchange among participants from different fields to strengthen economic ties between Africa and Singapore. Among the notable attendees representing Egypt is GV Investments, the sole Egyptian company at the forum.

The General Authority for Construction and Housing Cooperatives (CHC – Egypt) represented in Dr. Waleed Albaroudy the Chairman of the General Authority for Cooperative for Housing and Construction of the Arab Republic of Egypt and Tarboul City Project Principal, is heading the delegation of Tarboul the industrial city of Egypt, the iconic project of GV Investments.
Tarboul is the largest investment zone in the Middle East. Dr. Waleed highlighted the CHC dedication to developing Tarboul and forming partnerships to bolster Egypt’s industrial sector.
Dr. Waleed expressed his pride in Tarboul’s official status as the region’s largest industrial zone and acknowledged the strategic collaborations with esteemed partners such as EGIS, Orange, CeEntek, Eurocert, Lockton, Voltere, Amarenco Solarize, H2 global energy, Gord, and more.
Covering an expansive area of 109 million square meters, Tarboul stands as a prime example of a sustainable production hub within a multifaceted industrial city. It brings together an unparalleled blend of industrial activities, modern services, logistic facilities, administrative buildings, commercial outlets, workforce housing, and social amenities.
Aligned with the overarching theme of “Driving Africa’s Growth through Digitalization, Manufacturing, and Sustainability,” the Africa-Singapore Business Forum aims to capitalize on the opportunities emerging from Africa’s digital boom, sustainable development practices, and the manufacturing boost facilitated by the African Continental Free Trade Area agreement.
Throughout the three-day event from 29 August to 31 August, participants engaged in discussions, presentations, and networking sessions to explore avenues for collaboration and innovation. The forum serves as a valuable platform for sharing insights and best practices to drive economic growth across the African continent.
With GV Investments’ showcase of Tarboul’s achievements and aspirations, Egypt’s presence at the Africa-Singapore Business Forum reinforces its commitment to advancing industrialization, digital transformation, and sustainable practices for the benefit of its people and regional partnerships. The event promises to encourage positive outcomes, foster lasting relationships, and pave the way for mutually beneficial collaboration between Africa and Singapore in various sectors, thereby further cementing the foundations of economic prosperity and sustainable development.

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