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Country Profile – Egypt

  • ID: 3639923
  • Country Profile
  • Region: Egypt
  • 57 Pages
  • Frost & Sullivan
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Innovation & Knowledge Centre – Economic Research
A country profile is an instant guide to the political, economic, demographic, industrial, and business environment of a market. The report provides a range of quantitative and qualitative information on a variety of national aspects, including geography, economy, education, demography, labour, political climate, infrastructure, industry, tax, trade, investment, and ease of doing business. Additionally, the report provides a PESTLE analysis of a country's business climate. The country profile can be an effective tool for businesses in their marketing, strategy, and planning exercises when studying the future prospects of an economy.

Executive Summary

- Along with being the third most populous country in Africa, Egypt is also the most populated country in the Middle East with an average population growth rate of X percent.

- Youth unemployment in the country has risen sharply in 2014 due to slower economic growth. The government and public sector still employs almost X percent of all workers and X percent of waged workers.

- After three years of political unrest due to uprising of the Arab spring, the 2014 election has brought in some stability in the country.

- Egypt’s economic grew at a faster pace in 2014-15 driven by the manufacturing sector and a recovery in the tourist industry. However, the growth is expected slowdown in 2016 as a result of global weakness and an expected stagnation in the tourism sector.

- Egypt is a lower middle-income country with a per capita GDP of US$X. The government has liberalised its exchange-rate regime slightly, allowing the Egyptian pound to depreciate, which has supported export and tourism growth.

- The country is expected to receive higher revenues due to the financial aid provided by the Gulf States and new corporate taxes. However, the Egyptian public finances are still expected to remain in deficit.

- Egypt is the largest non-OPEC oil producer in Africa and the second-largest dry natural gas producer in the world.
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1. Executive Summary

2. General Overview
  • General Overview - Geography
  • General Overview - Climate
3. Demographic Trends
  • Demographic Trends - Population
  • Demographic Trends - Select Indicators
  • Demographic Trends - Working Population
  • Demographic Trends - Labour Market
  • Demographic Trends - Workforce Regulations
4. Political Overview
  • Political Overview - Domestic Scene
  • Political Overview - International Scene
5. Economic Scenario
  • Economic Scenario - The Constituents of the Economy
  • Economic Scenario - Select Indicators
  • Economic Scenario - Money and Banking
  • Economic Scenario - Financial Support for Industry
6. PESTLE Analysis
  • PESTLE Analysis - An Overview
  • PESTLE Analysis - Key Factors
7. Infrastructure
  • Infrastructure - Select Indicators
  • Infrastructure - Natural Resources
8. Industry
  • Industry - Select Indicators
  • Industry - Structure
  • Industry - Shareholder Rights
  • Industry - Supportive Actions and Policies
9. Trade and Investment
  • Trade and Investment Environment
  • Trade and Investment Environment - Trade Agreements
10. Ease of Doing Business
  • Ease of Doing Business - A Snapshot
  • Ease of Doing Business - Setting up Business
  • Ease of Doing Business - Starting a Business and Permits
  • Ease of Doing Business - Electricity, Property and Contracts
  • Ease of Doing Business - Investors and Getting Credit
  • Ease of Doing Business - Taxes and Trading Across Border
11. Tax Environment
  • Tax Environment - Income tax
  • Tax Environment - Property tax, Sales tax, VAT
  • Trade Environment - Custom Tariffs
  • Legal Disclaimer
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