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Egypt: politics, money and tourism

Egyptian Prime Minister, Ahmed Nazif

1952 – Born in Egypt
1969 – Graduates, El Nasr boys school, Egypt
1973 – Graduates, communications and electronics department, faculty of engineering, Cairo University
1976 – MA in electrical engineering, Cairo University
1983 – Receives PhD in computer engineering, McGill University, Canada
1985 – Information systems consultant, Information and Decision Support Centre, Cairo
1988 – Information resource manager, Information and Decision Support Centre, Cairo
1989 – Executive Director, Cabinet Information Centre
1989 – Executive Manager, Information and Decision Support Centre, Cairo
1994 – Professor, Cairo University
1996 – Deputy Chairman of the advisory board, Information and Decision Support Centre, Cairo
1999 – Egyptian Minister of Communications and Information Technology
2004 – Prime Minister of Egypt

With its ancient civilisation, Egypt has always attracted tourists. About 1.5 million Russians visit the Arab country annually. However, Egypt also wants to attract investors. But is the country worth investing in? The person to tell us more is the Prime Minister of Egypt, Ahmed Nazif.