EPC | 01 Feb 2015
Oil and natural gas are some of the major sources of energy in Egypt and the major drivers of development in the country.
Egypt has adopted policies that establish a friendly environment for investments in agriculture by providing the necessary infrastructure in the newly reclaimed lands, such as roads, services, lines of credit at a reasonable cost and tax exemption for several years.
Over the last four decades of the 20th Century, Egyptian jails went through three different experiences in terms of success in achieving or failing to achieve the purpose of jailing members of extreme and radical organizations.
The upcoming parliamentary election in Egypt is important because it is the third step in the road map after drafting the constitution and holding presidential election.
EPC | 01 Jan 2015
The European Union is the largest trade partner with Egypt. Egypt’s volume of trade with the EU stands at 42% of the country’s total external trade, while the EU volume of trade with Egypt is about 0.004 of the total external trade of EU members.
The Egyptian economy faced grave challenges in the past three years that coincided with political transition and the accompanying social and security hardships.
The Egyptian-Sudanese partnership has been controversial due to the politicization of relations and the contradictory visions of the ruling elites in both countries over the years.
Egyptian policy-makers face a complicated and a multilateral problem, which has to do with the relationship between the state and the labor force.