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The Federation of Industries decides to appoint Dr. Hussein Issa as an advisor for economic affairs


The Federation of Egyptian Industries issued a decision appointing Dr. Hussein Issa as an advisor for economic affairs in the Federation, as of this July.

 

The appointment of Prof. Hussein Issa came within the framework of the Federation of Egyptian Industries’ efforts to attract high-level expertise on the economic level, especially after the issuance of the new Federation Law No. 70 of 2019.

 

The new law of the federation provided for the government’s assistance in developing and implementing the country’s industrial policies, and taking the federation’s opinion on draft laws and regulatory decisions related to industry.

This requires the establishment of the Union for Economic Studies, which will be supervised by Prof. Dr. Hussein Issa.

 

It is worth mentioning that Prof. Dr. Hussein Issa is one of the most eminent economic experts who obtained the highest scientific degrees and held a number of scientific, academic and parliamentary positions in Egypt, as he holds a PhD in Accounting - United States International University - San Diego - California - United States of America 1992

 

He was included in university work, starting from his work as a professor in the Department of Accounting and Auditing - Faculty of Commerce - Ain Shams University until he held the position of President of Ain Shams University. He also worked as a member of a number of scientific and professional societies, including:

- Member of the American Accounting Association - Division of Management Accounting - United States

- Member of the Institute of Management Accountants - USA.

- Member of the Egyptian Association for Accounting, Systems and Auditing in Egypt

- Member of the Egyptian Society of Accountants and Auditors - in Egypt.

 

Dr. Hussein Issa was appointed as a member of the House of Representatives in 2015 by a presidential decree, then he headed the Planning and Budget Committee in the House of Representatives after winning by acclamation from 2015 to 2021.

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