This roundtable discussion highlighted the most significant results of the WEF Global Competitiveness Report 2015-2016 for Egypt in light of the important institutional and economic reforms undertaken in the past year. The roundtable also discussed the implications of the report for the Sustainable Development Strategy – Egypt 2030 as well as the main competitiveness pillars from the perspective of the Egyptian private sector. It also shed light on the main weaknesses that reflect negatively on Egypt’s competiveness ranking and proposed recommendations for future reform.
Mohamed Taymour, Vice Chairman, ECES
Seif Allah Fahmy, Chairman, ENCC
Omneia Helmy, Director of Research, ECES
Nihal El-Megharbel, First Assistant to the Minister of Planning
Amina Ghanem, Executive Director, ENCC