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The Egyptian government is focusing on infrastructure projects to spur economic growth, and welcomes foreign direct investment as a stimulus towards the country’s development.
To spur economic growth, Egypt has made infrastructure development a priority. In recent years, it has built new airports, ports and cities such as the New Administrative Capital.
Singapore’s expertise in project development, technical expertise, financing, and advisory services puts homegrown businesses at an advantage. Leverage Singapore's infrastructure ecosystem and explore working with other Singapore companies to address Egypt’s infrastructure needs.
Egypt is actively developing its offshore gas resources through appointing integrated oil companies (IOCs) in production sharing contracts. ENI’s giant Zohr field is now in production and new exploration activity is happening abundantly. Egypt has liquefaction facilities for the production of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) which it even offers as a service to neighbouring countries.
Egypt also has high potential to be a major hub of clean energy and green hydrogen or ammonia in the region due to the abundance of sunshine and investor friendly policies such as the Golden Licence scheme.
Learn about Egypt's business hub
Cairo is Egypt’s capital and serves as an ideal launchpad for your business in the region. It enjoys preferential access to regional markets, with Egypt being a member of various trade agreements, such as the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa, Pan-Arab Free Trade Agreement and African Continental Free Trade Agreement.