Current Nawat at Egyptian ports
  • Red Sea El-Wasm (El-Ghafr) Start 11 November - Duration 13 day ، Autumn
  • Mediterranean Sea El-Moknesa Start 16 November - Duration 4 days ، Very Rainy
  • Mediterranean Sea Next Rest of El-Moknesa Start 22 November - Duration 4 days ، Rainy
Investment status
Investment status

Investment status

  • From the beginning of the nineteenth (90th), the government of Egypt has started in implementing an ambitious program for financial and economic reform. Egyptian economy has realized a progression at regional level enable it to attain a high level international position, due to its strategic and distinguished location which enable it to become one of the most important international trading artery in addition to the presence of several big ports: Alexandria, Port Said, Damietta, Safaga... etc.
  • The government of Egypt proceeded a rational policy to realize economic development through enhancing investment, attracting Arab and foreign investors. In order to realize these objects, the government of Egypt proceeded different economic, financial and fiscal policies and procedures.

Investment Laws

Investment Laws

Investment Laws
Investment Laws Law no. 8 issued on 11/5/1977 presents incentives and facilitation to attract investors and to guarantee to their projects sufficient protection. Through this law, investors enjoy f

Status Characteristics

Status Characteristics

Status Characteristics
Investment status characteristics in Egypt and maritime transport sector Egypt enjoys a strategic location in the center of the Arab world, connecting three continents (Africa, Europe and Asia)

Other Benefits

Other Benefits

Other Benefits
Investment Services complex (one stop shop) In Order to enhance investors and facilitate their transactions with different entities and to present services easily, an investment services complex was

Contacts

Contacts

Contacts
General Authority for Investment and Free Zones Head of Investment complex sector Phone 3910290-20+ Fax 3910290-20+ Reception and Consultation Unit Phone 3931955–20