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Legal Framework of Merger and Acquisition in Egypt

Corporate re-structuring and M&A occupy a significant share of the corporate finance world. M&A transactions resulting in a formation of a larger entity. Corporate finance deals with the other side of the coin as well and does the opposite by minimizing organizations through spinoffs or tracking stocks. Surely, M&A attracts vast attention and does not pass unnoticed by the market, however, it is important to understand what it connotes to the investor when the matter is taking place in Egypt.

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Termination of employment in Egypt

The relation between an employer and an employee in Egypt is organized by the Labor Law No. 12 for 2003. This law organizes the full relation between the employee and the workplace and one of the main obstacles and issues that always appear in the front lines is the employment termination.

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Pharmaceuticals

Pharmaceutical Registration in Egypt

The Egyptian Pharmaceutical market is facing a vital crisis of drug deficiency. Egyptian Pharmaceutical production has been impacted by the economic deficiency and the pharmacists warn that some drug supplies such as those of cancer treatment and diabetes are tapering off.

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The Payable Tax in Egypt

Under the Egyptian law there are different taxes that shall be paid for different transactions, estates’ registration and income tax.Those types of tax can be found under different laws which shall be emphasized as follows:

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Corporate Governance in Egypt

By Enas Gomee: The nineties of the twentieth century had a quick and violent developments which affected the structure of the global economy, the effects of the globalization of financial markets emerged, and financial markets

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Egypt: Arbitral Award Enforcement

Procedure for Foreign Arbitral Award (or arbitration award) Enforcement in Egypt :The competent court authorized to hear cases related to the enforcement of a foreign arbitration court: Chief Court of Appeal of Cairo is the competent authority

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Maritime

Egypt: The Liability of the Shipowner

Egypt is one of the first countries, which accessed the London International Convention 1976 on Limitation of Liability for Maritime Claims; the Egyptian Maritime Trade Law No. 8 for the year 1990 was regulated exceedingly in accordance with

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Debt Collection in Egypt

Debt collection in Egypt

Debt collection is the process of recovering unpaid debts such as invoices. And as the technology made global business and trade to become a small village where the business and the payments are made through internet without physical connection

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Maritime

Vessels Registration in Egypt

Egypt enjoys strategic and distinguished location between the two seas, Mediterranean and the Red Sea, which makes Egypt one of the most important international trading arteries. Egypt, with its important transportation

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Title Search Report in Egypt

The title search report is considered one of the most important documents to be obtained by the buyer prior to buying a property as it providesessential information on the legal status of the purchased property

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Egypt: The New Electricity Law and Investment

In the past four years Egypt faced a critical issue in the electricity sector and in May 2014 the shortfall reached 58% from the total production. The shortage in the electricity sector had its impact on homes, factories and businesses in the country.

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Industrial and Manufacturing

Public private partnership in Egypt

Public private partnership in a simple definition is a long term contract between the private sector and the public sector. In the 70s and 80s the world started thinking of encouraging involvement of the private sector in the governmental projects.

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oil and gas egypt

Oil and Gas Procedures in Egypt

By: Sara A. Ahmed,LL.B, LL.M. Although Egypt is not one of the OPEC countries, it is yet considered the sixth largest oil producer in Africa. In 1908, Egypt discovered the first oil reservoir; in 2015 Egypt has witnessed the largest gas discovery in its history equaling to 30 trillion

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Conventional Jurisdictional Rules and Internet Disputes

Recent decades have witnessed a fast expansion, integration and sprint development of the global cyberspace. Internet has not been introduced and used for leisure and entertainment purposes only, but rather it has become a global market place

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Commercial significance of Jurisdiction selection

As the world is becoming more interconnected in all realms, business and commerce have intensively grown into a global marketplace, where transactions happen across borders involving several parties and multiple countries i.e. jurisdictions. Therefore, a very practical question normally arises, which jurisdiction governs the contract?

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Work permit in Egypt

Work Permit in Egypt

The process of acquiring a work permit in Egypt can be complicated, but most foreigners must have secured a job long before arriving to Egypt and their employer has to take care of the bulk of the paperwork involved in applying for a work permit. The process can take up to six months. 

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A Case with Foreign Elements: Preliminary Issues and Their Significance

With the acceleration of globalization over the past few decades and its economic, political and cultural consequences; when the global world has become massively interconnected, the legal landscape and its frameworks, as well as practice and points of focus have been changing.

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Indirect business activity in Egyptian Market

An Investment Opportunity: Real Estate and Tourism in Egypt

Egypt in its accelerated movement towards economic reform has been emphasizing the importance of real estate development projects and large scale projects in order to restore the market and economy after its decline post Revolution of 2011.

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Industrial and Manufacturing

Free Zones in Egypt: The New Start

Egypt started its free zones programs in the 70s; during this period the country’s policy was directed at attracting and retaining foreign direct investment and to increasing the percentage of import and export in the country. Therefore, Egypt

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Intellectual property in Egypt: A Brief Overview

Egypt is considered one of the top countries in copyrights infringement. Prior to Revolution of 2011, Egyptian government was focusing on copyrights protection; however, after the Revolution due to the political instability this focus has significantly been reduced.

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Egypt: Amendments to the Investment Law №8/1997

There were many debates over the investment law in the Cabinet of Ministers before the Presidential Decree 17/2015 amended some provisions of the Investment Law 8/1997 on March 12, 2015 in the lead up to the Economic Summit in Sharm El Sheikh. In particular amendments touched base of Companies Law 159/1981, I

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