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Tuesday, 28 March 2017

Francesco Monaco replaces Don Smith as FCA’s CEO

MOVES- Francesco Monaco succeeded Don Smith as CEO of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Egypt (FCA) on 1 March, according to a company statement picked up by Al Mal. FCA is looking to expand its investments in Egypt, the newspaper reports.

Sources at Telecom Egypt (TE) denied that CEO Tamer Gadalla has resigned from his post, according to Al Mal.

Vodafone Egypt Chairman Ian Gray has been made an Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (OBE) on Monday, The Peninsula reports. Gray has served as a Vodafone Egypt’s board for 17 years and is the CEO of Vodafone Qatar, in addition to his duties as the UK co-chair of the Egyptian British Business Council. We’re not much for English honors, but Ian is one of life’s good guys.

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