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Thursday, 25 June 2020

NATCO appoints Yasser Saleh as CEO; Karam Gabr tapped as new Supreme Media Council boss

MOVES- Yasser Saleh has been appointed as CEO of the National Automotive Company (NATCO), the production and distribution partner of Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Egypt, according to the local press. Saleh has previously served as CEO of Egyptian German Automotive, CEO of SAPPL Mercedes-Benz in Algeria, and export manager at Egypt’s Manufacturing Commercial Vehicles.

MOVES- Former head of the National Press Authority (NPA) Karam Gabr has been selected to preside over the Supreme Media Council replacing Makram Mohamed Ahmed in a shuffle of the oversight body ordered in a decree issued by President Abdel Fattah El Sisi yesterday, according to a statement. Abdel-Sadek El-Shorbagy will succeed Gabr as the head of the NPA.

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