The first wave of residents and workers has started to move out to the long-awaited New Administrative Capital, marking a milestone in Egypt’s ambitious urban expansion plans. It would not have been possible, however, without a massive infrastructure overhaul that has affected how goods move across the country, power reaches our homes and businesses, and data flows across networks. The work continues, with plenty of room for the private sector: The World Bank in 2018 estimated that Egypt still had a USD 230 billion investment gap in infrastructure.
The 2021 Infrastructure Industry Insight looks at how in less than a decade, the nation has built the foundation for sustainable growth in new and existing cities.
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