Summary This PESTLE country analysis report on Egypt provides a holistic view of the country, with insightful analysis of current and future issues, supplemented with relevant quantitative data to support trend analysis.
Synopsis - Understand the political system in Egypt through analysis of key figures in the country and governance indicators. - Understand the economic situation in Egypt through a balanced assessment of core macroeconomic issues. - Understand customer demographics in Egypt through analysis of income distribution and the rural-urban split, as well as healthcare and education. - Understand the technological landscape in Egypt through analysis of relevant laws and policies, as well as patents data. - Understand the legal landscape in Egypt through analysis of the judicial system as well as performance of the legal indicators - Understand the environmental landscape in Egypt through analysis of the environmental regulations and the performance of the environmental indicators
Scope - The political landscape section discusses the evolution of the political scenario in Egypt, as well as the country’s economic, social, foreign, and defense policies. The section also discusses the country’s performance according to World Bank Governance Indicators. - The economic landscape section outlines the evolution of Egypt ’s economy, as well as the country’s performance in terms of GDP growth, composition by sector (agriculture, industry, and services), fiscal situation, international investment position, monetary situation, credit disbursement, banking sector, and employment." - The social landscape section analyzes the government’s social welfare policies, as well as the country’s performance in terms of healthcare, income distribution, and education.
Reasons to buy - What is the outlook in Egypt in terms of political stability, policies towards business, and the popularity of the government? - How does Egypt perform in terms of GDP growth, its fiscal situation, international investment position, monetary situation, and employment? - How does Egypt perform in terms of healthcare, income distribution, and education? - How does Egypt perform in terms of technology-intensive sectors like IT, life sciences, and R&D expenditure trends?
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Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: The anti-trust authority, Protimonopolny urad (PMU), more vigorously prosecutes cartels in public procurement. 2020-22: Reforms of the judiciary speed up court and bankruptcy proceedings, and improve law enforcement....
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: Government tackles state enterprise restructuring under a new IMF programme. Corruption is still widespread. 2020-22: Limited progress on large-scale privatisation, due to the unattractiveness of many assets and government...
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: The government maintains a liberal stance on private enterprise. In the financial services sector the reprivatisation continues of ABN AMRO, a bank nationalised in 2008. Divestment of state lottery and state casino operator also planned.
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: The government pursues some liberalising reforms and scales back public stakes in some "non-strategic" firms. Progress is made in lowering barriers of entry to sheltered sectors, despite continued public and trade union resistance.
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: The coalition seeks to curb the influence of state-owned enterprises (SOEs) and enhancing their efficiency, in line with the IMF's extended fund facility programme. 2020-22: The growing number of private companies erodes...
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2018-19: New company and insolvency acts are progressively implemented. Public-private partnerships become more commonplace, although the proposed privatisation of several state enterprises faces further delays. 2020-22: Regulatory...
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2017-18: Enforcement of competition policy continues to face stumbling blocks in spite of new legislation. 2019-21: New government seeks to court business sector, but efforts to improve competition will face challenges.
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2017-18: Government aims to improve services competition between cantons, but progress will be slow. 2019-21: Delayed liberalisation of household electricity market scheduled to proceed, although full market opening would be subject...
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2017-18: The government increases its ownership role in the energy sector, strengthening the system of state control over end-user prices. State-owned banks are privatised, with a preference for strengthening domestic ownership in the sector.
Policy towards private enterprise and competition 2017-18: Efforts to boost the role of private enterprise are hindered by political instability and union opposition. 2019-21: The government slowly dismantles the crony capitalism that grew under the regime of the former president,...
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