Egypt's economy has rebounded although the country is indulged in a fight against terrorism, said Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab on Thursday.
Mahlab made the remarks during a meeting with a delegation from the national committee of French international business advisers.
He added that Egypt is trying to regain its economic capabilities in many fields such as tourism, based on the latest improvement in the country's stability.
"The current period is propitious for work and investments in Egypt," PM said, pointing out that the visit of President Abdel Fattah El Sisi to Paris reflected that the relations with France are important and profound.
The premiere affirmed the Egypt is introducing economic, administrative, structural and services reforms to lure more investments to Egypt.
The meeting was also attended by Egypt's Minister of International Cooperation Naglaa El-Ahwany and the French chargé d'affaires in Cairo.