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Investment in Egypt

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1 Nov 2018

Egypt: The new Public Contracts Law No. 182 of 2018

After being approved by the Egyptian Parliament, President Abdel Fatah El-Sisi has issued Law No. 182 of the year 2018 that regulates the contracts and agreements which are concluded by the Public Authorities in Egypt within the upcoming period that includes specific regulations that the General Authorities shall follow and apply. Read more...

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15 Oct 2019

Egypt’s new financial leasing law

In light of Egypt's relentless pursuit of a prosperous economic climate, the Egyptian Parliament passed on August 15, 2018 the new Law No. 176 of the year 2018 regulating both financial leasing and factoring activities, promulgating financial leasing Law No. 95 of the year 1995, which aims at steering economic volume and increasing production of small and medium enterprises. Read more...

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7 Sep 2019

The New Bankruptcy Law and its Effects in Egypt

The Egyptian Government set a new business plan of investments in Egypt which should encourage the local and the foreign investors by issuing the New Bankruptcy Law No. 11 of the year 2018. Read more...

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17 Jul 2019

Split-up of Companies in Egypt

Pursuant to the new Egyptian Company Law No.4 of the year 2018 and its Executive Regulations No.16 of the year 2018 on the amendments of certain Executive Regulation provisions of Joint Stock Companies, Partnerships Limited by Shares and Limited Liability Companies Law No.96 of the year 1982; Read more...

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15 Jul 2019

Commercial Fraud in Egyptian Law

Commercial fraud is the most common way used by the weak souls to achieve the dream of being rich, where the methods of fraud have been recently developed in our society, as it became a mean of rapid and illegal gain for some companies and individuals. Read more...

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11 Jul 2019

Transfer Pricing in Egypt

Transfer Pricing is that basis used by the Tax authority to determine the price to be used when determining the taxable profit among non-related parties, where such price is determined in accordance with the market and the circumstances of dealings and transactions, and the related party is that party who has a relationship with a Tax Payer, and such relationship affects the determination of the tax base. Read more...

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9 Jul 2019

EGYPTIAN COMPETITION LAW OVERVIEW

The Law on Protection of Competition and Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices in Egypt was promulgated by Law No. 3 of 2005 and its Executive Regulation. The aim of the law is to ensure economic activity does not prevent, restrict or damage the freedom of competition. The law sets out a number of rules that regulates the economic activity of persons dealing in the relevant market. Read more...

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27 Jun 2019

Importing Medical Devices in Egypt

Medical Devices are used in the healthcare for the diagnosis, prevention, monitoring or treatment of illness or disability. The Egyptian Ministry of Health (MOH) is responsible for the registration and approvals of medical devices in Egypt through the Drug Policy and Planning Center (DPPC) and the Central Administration of Pharmaceutical Affairs (CAPA) which also regulates the importation and manufacture of medical devices. Read more...

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24 Jun 2019

Obtaining Egyptian citizenship by investment

Recent Amendments approved by Parliament on obtaining Egyptian citizenship by investment   Read more...

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10 Jun 2019

Floating Charges in Egypt Law

Egypt has finally passed The Security Over Movables Law in November 2015 which introduced a regime similar to fixed and floating charges as applicable under the UK law. The Executive Regulation (ER) of the Law was passed in December 2016[1]. Taking into consideration novelty of the legislation, it has yet to be implemented on the ground and results to be evaluated. However, the main provisions of the Law can be discussed and outlined. Read more...

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4 Jun 2019

Egypt: Cumulative Voting According to FRA’s New Decree

The Egyptian Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA) supervises & regulates all non-banking financial markets and instruments, including capital markets, futures exchanges, insurance activities, mortgage finance, financial leasing, factoring, securitization and microfinance. Read more...

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27 Apr 2019

E-commerce: Comparative Analysis of UK, Egypt and South African Legislation

Master Thesis: E-commerce in the Modern World-Electronic Transactions and Some Challenges and Perspectives: Comparative Analysis of UK, Egypt and South African Legislation Read more...

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25 Apr 2019

Incorporation of Transportation Companies in Egypt

The New Parliamentary Regulations on the Procedures of Incorporation of Transportation Companies according to the Egyptian Investment Law: Read more...

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24 Apr 2019

E-commerce and Information Technology in Egypt

The International statistics confirm the growth and expansion of the Internet usage on a global basis, where the growth volume of such usage in the duration between 2000 and 2019 reached 1,104%. The Egyptian share of such growth is 10,840%. Where the internet users in Egypt represent 48.7 % of the total populations which is equal to 101,168,745[1]. Read more...

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1 Apr 2019

Banking in Egypt: Protection of Customers

Legal Protection of Bank Customers Under the UK Law   Read more...

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2 Jun 2018

Procurement of Public Contracts projects in Light of Egyptian Laws

Awarding Public contracts in Egypt is not specified by a certain law, nevertheless, the Egyptian Constitution has set a general principal that it is prohibited to dispose any of the State’s public property. However, disposing of the State’s private property, and public utility concessions are allowed in accordance with the laws promulgated in this regard. The main laws regulating the award of public contracts are: Read more...

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2 Jun 2018

Anti-Cyber and Information Technology Crimes law in Egypt

Egypt used to govern technology crimes and cybercrimes by some provisions in Civil and Criminal laws. Finally, a new Law No. 175 of the year 2018 regarding anti-cyber and information technology crimes was published on Saturday 18/8/2018 by the official Egyptian Gazette following its ratification. Read more...

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1 Jun 2018

Land Allocation according to the New Investment Law in Egypt

The new investment law in Egypt laid down the basic conditions for the allocation of lands to investors with obliging the concerned authorities (concerned ministries) to provide lands for investment and to notify the General Authority for Investment to include these lands in the investment map. Read more...

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23 May 2018

CONFIDENTIALITY AGREEMENT UNDER EGYPTIAN LAWS

The Confidentiality might be stated in an independent Agreement called "Confidentiality Agreement" and it could be stated in certain Clauses in different agreements or contracts such as an employment contract. The Confidentiality Agreements or Clauses are essential in any contractual relationship, as it plays an important role in assuring the maintenance of the secrecy and confidentiality regarding all the information disclosed among all the involved Parties of the Agreement. It is a win-win...

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21 May 2018

Egypt: Liabilities of Shareholders and Directors

The companies, its shareholders, directors and partners are regulated in Egypt by the Companies Law No.159 of the year 1981, it’s executive regulations and amended provisions of Law No.4 of the year 2018. Read more...

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18 May 2018

Egypt: Environmental Impact Assessment System (EIA)

The Environmental Impact Assessment process is the process of assessing and evaluating the possible and potential environmental effects for a definite project, where such studies take place before the phase of the projects’ implementation in order to decide the best options to minimize the environmental impacts and hazards and to handle the negative aspects that are expected to happen before proceeding with the implementation step. Read more...