Egyptian company resumes construction

Sodic of Egypt resumes work after six-day stoppage due to unrest

Protesters in Tahrir Square, Cairo.
Protesters in Tahrir Square, Cairo.

Egypt's Sixth of October Development and Investment Company (Sodic) has resumed construction work on all of its projects, the Daily News Egypt has reported.

Sodic suspended its operations for six days due to ongoing nationwide protests, said CEO Maher Maksoud.

Sodic is an Egypt-based company engaged in investment and real-estate development projects. Its activities include acquiring properties, contracting, developing and selling and/or renting them to interested parties.

Its development projects include building commercial and industrial centres, residential areas and hotel resorts and complexes.

It has undertaken several real-estate projects, including Forty West, The Polygon, Allegria, Autoville, Beverly Hills, Kattameya Plaza, Eastown and Westown projects.

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