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"The EU welcomes the new Strategy of the Ministry of Trade and Industry which focuses on making the Egyptian industry more competitive so as to increase exports and to create jobs. We will continue to provide support to the Ministry and its stakeholders for the implementation of this Strategy through our ongoing TDMEP cooperation programme as well as forthcoming support for development of small and medium enterprises. We are keen to see the Ministry cooperate with the private sector in formulating the sector specific strategies. We want to see stakeholders align behind the important and essential ambition of generating inclusive growth in the Egyptian economy. A comprehensive strategic framework which is implemented without delays will go long way in building the much needed predictability for attracting new investments" said Mr Brender during the launch event. The Trade and Domestic Market Enhancement Programme, funded by the European Union, to the magnitude of EUR 20 million, are implemented by the Ministry of Trade and Industry. The Programme currently runs till the end of 2017.

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Reinhold Brender, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. Remarks at the Launch event of the Industrial Development and Foreign Trade Strategy 2020 supported through the Trade and Domestic Market Enhancement Programme funded by the European Union

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The National Erasmus+ Office in Lebanon organised its annual Information Day at the Saint-Joseph University.

نظّم مكتب إراسموس+ الوطني في لبنان اليوم الإعلامي السنوي في جامعة القديس يوسف.

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Le bureau national Erasmus+ au Liban a organisé sa journée d’information annuelle à l’Université Saint Joseph.

The global ocean economy is estimated at €1.3 trillion. Climate change, poverty and food security are some of the global challenges that can be effectively addressed, if oceans are better protected and sustainably managed.

La Banque européenne d'Investissement (BEI), en partenariat avec la Banque africaine de Développement (BAD), organise sa deuxième "Journée de l'Afrique" qui se déroulera le 21 novembre 2016 à Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire. Cette année, les thématiques abordées tourneront essentiellement sur le potentiel de l'Afrique à réaliser son développement par la création d'emplois pour les jeunes dans divers secteurs et le rôle crucial de l'innovation et du développement durable.

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