Doing Business in Egypt
With its population of 85 million, Egypt is an attractive market for U.S. firms thanks to its unique mix of demographics and commercial links to the broader world, strategic location and a demonstrated ability to innovate and compete in global markets. The U.S. Embassy in Cairo looks forward to supporting U.S. firms as they seek business, trade and investment opportunities in Egypt’s growing economy.
The links below will start you on the road to getting to know Egypt.
This comprehensive document presents an overview of the commercial environment in Egypt. PDF (740 KB) »
A report by the World Bank on the ease of doing business in Egypt.
Top U.S. prospects for Egypt & import tariffs applied by the Egyptian government PDF (219 KB) »
This World Fact Book report covers all of Egypt's key economic indicators.
A report on the climate for foreign investment in Egypt. PDF (274 KB) »
The Embassy's Office of Agricultural Affairs offers a variety of services to U.S. companies to facilitate U.S. agricultural trade with Egypt.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is the unified border agency within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The Office of Military Cooperation-Egypt is responsible for the oversight of all aspects of U.S. Security Cooperation with Egypt, including the sale of U.S. defense related material, services, and training to the Egyptian military.
Key Business Links
Gives U.S. businesses up to date information
about significant foreign government and multilateral development bank procurements.
- BusinessUSA.gov is the U.S. Government's official web portal to support business start-ups, growth, financing, and exporting.
teleconference with U.S. Ambassadors overseas.