Video: How is Egypt enhancing its digital transformation agenda?


Economic News

28 Apr 2021
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Egypt, the only country in the Middle East and North Africa not to enter recession during 2020, already exhibited a strong acceleration in digitalisation during the years leading up to the pandemic. However, as with many countries in the region, the Covid-19 outbreak has led to unprecedented and fundamental changes across all industries, largely as a result of digitalisation.

Watch our video on how Egypt is enhancing services and expanding infrastructure to support its digital transformation, produced in partnership with Telecom Egypt. We will soon be releasing our Egypt ICT Covid-19 Recovery Roadmap, also produced in partnership with Telecom Egypt.

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