Arab and foreign investors pay great attention to the Suez Canal Economic Zone (SCEZ), said head of the General Authority for the SCEZ.
"We have a long queue of investors seeking to invest in the region and this confirms confidence in the internal situation," Darwish told reporters in Ain Sukhna.
"This zone is promising," he noted.
Darwish denied that there were any problems with regard to granting licenses and establishing new companies.
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