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Wednesday, 28 October 2020

Your top infrastructure stories

Your top infrastructure stories for the week include:

  • Data centers: Liquid Telecom is planning a new wave of investment in Egypt’s internet infrastructure.
  • Solar energy: B-Electric-led consortium signed an initial agreement with the New and Renewable Energy Authority to establish a 50 MW solar power plant in Zafarana.
  • 5G tussle: The US State Department is urging Egypt to avoid working with China to develop its 5G infrastructure and instead work with American firms.
  • Vocational schools: Elsewedy Technical Education (STA) signed an MoU with the Education Ministry to establish 10 vocational schools in the next five years.
  • Road safety: Deaths in Egypt from road accidents fell 44% y-o-y during the last fiscal year.

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