Egypt is looking for jolt from outside financial specialists to help monetary development and President Sisi has affirmed to set up an exceptional committee for retaining abroad ventures.
He said that the chamber ought to be made out of delegates from the services of fund, speculation, trade, industry, tourism, agribusiness, transportation, environment, safeguard and other administrative and non-legislative bodies and powers.
On Saturday, Sisi acknowledged an administrative proposal to set up a Higher Council for Investment. It is normal that Sisi will seat the new board.
"Such a council will help solve of problems faced by investors in Egypt, especially those who filed cases or sought international arbitration to end their disputes with the government," the expert said.
As indicated by Egypt's new venture law, the committee is led by the president who issues a pronouncement to shape it, with the enrollment of the head administrator and the legislative head of the Central Bank of Egypt.
The board will likewise incorporate the chairpersons of the General Authority for Investment, the Federation of Egyptian Chambers Of Commerce, the Federation of Egyptian Industries, and close to five senior agents from the private area.
For his part, professor Rashad Abdu, head of the Egyptian Forum for Economic Studies, said that the ability of the council to attract investors depends on the authorities given to it.
"The council will be responsible for setting the policies of the ministry of investment as well as the other related state bodies," he said. "The council should hold periodical meetings under the chairmanship of the president."
In the mean time, Mohamed Youssef, official chief for Egyptian Businessmen Association, told Xinhua that shaping the chamber will push the wheel of Egypt's economy forward and will urge more financial specialists to put more in Egypt.
"This council, under president Sisi, is a message to the whole world that he pays special attention to investment and all obstructions facing investors in Egypt will vanish," he said.
Since 2011, Egypt has been experiencing the results of unrests that prompted the topple of two heads of state. The mass dissents have adversely prompted troublesome financial issues that have been a long way from being illuminated soon.
Egypt has set its aggregate speculation focus for the financial year of 2016/17 at EGP 531 billion (59.76 billion U.S. dollars), speaking to 16-16.5 percent of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).