Egypt has a fascinating history, world-famous culture and monuments such as the pyramids that have attracted the attention of the world for years. For more than 6,000 years, Egypt has used its infrastructure sector to move the country forward. Today, it is committed to fueling economic growth with projects that are generating interest and huge global investment.
In 1869, the Suez Canal elevated Egypt to the rank of a major global transportation hub linking Africa and Asia to the rest of the world, making business easier. Despite this, Egypt’s infrastructure is relatively underdeveloped at present. From transport to housing, Egypt has ambitious plans to truly transform its infrastructure with several huge projects already signed and agreed, and many more in preparation. The Egyptian government has issued new laws to facilitate investment with attractive legal and tax frameworks and greater involvement from around the world.
We help customers by implementing their investment safely by overcoming the potential problems they face, such as complex and opaque regulations. We have experience working with construction and infrastructure companies, particularly in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Our lawyers, assisted by our extensive network of regional partners, provide legal services to large international companies investing in construction and infrastructure.