Market Access Barriers for Trade with Egypt

27th March 2019

The UK is a key trade and investment partner for Egypt; it is the largest foreign investor in Egypt and trade volume between the two countries was £2 billion in 2018.

The Egyptian-British Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with the Department for International Trade (DIT) and the Egyptian Government - is committed to resolving barriers to market access for UK companies looking to do business with Egypt to improve opportunities for British businesses. They would appreciate if you take a few minutes to fill out the below survey on trade barriers for UK companies doing business with Egypt. The results of this survey will be used to help the Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry identify priority areas to address in order to improve the relevant trading procedures. Your assistance is much appreciated, complete the survey here.

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