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Al-Mashat discusses Egypt’s digital transformation

Saturday, 05 22 2021, Category: Technology, Country: Egypt
“2021 is the year of private-sector engagement. We are keen to bring the innovative and technologically advanced expertise of the private entities into the public sector and the development agenda in hopes to push toward the national and global sustainability targets,” Minister of International Cooperation Rania Al-Mashat said Monday.

Al-Mashat added that reform has to be continuous as the world is continuously changing. We cannot be complacent; we have to be agile, adapting and adopting new policies and structures in order to keep pushing our economies forward

According to Ministry of International of Cooperation statement, global economies are shifting towards digital. Technology is becoming the driving force for infrastructure, education, transportation, entrepreneurship, and industry. In Egypt, the government is set on a digital transformation encompassing all sectors, as the country heads towards a paperless government with a clean energy transformation.

This came during a virtual panel organized by Siemens Middle East, titled “Technology with Purpose for the Middle East”.

Source: egypttoday.com
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