Egypt stands at the dawn of a new economic era. Political stability and the government’s New Economic Strategy triggered an upsurge in business optimism that has transformed the outlook for the country.

The Egypt Economic Development Conference (EEDC) delivered about $130bn-worth of investment deals with major regional and global companies across all sectors in March 2015.

One year on from EEDC, MEED’s latest Opportunity Egypt Report 2016: Delivering a new economic vision examines progress in delivering Egypt’s transformation plan and provides a detailed assessment of the opportunities in the new Egyptian economy, with a particular focus on the government’s policy priorities, its finances and its capital project investment programme.

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Through this comprehensive report you will be able to:

  • Understand the current and future size of each sector
  • Identify new leads in the region’s fastest-growing projects market
  • Understand the key drivers behind project development in Egypt
  • Identify key opportunities and understand the needs of your clients
  • Mitigate risk by identifying challenges in the Egyptian market


Egypt is the region’s third biggest projects market, and one of the fastest growing with close to $400 billion worth of projects either planned or under construction. With economic optimism growing, Egypt witnesses a sharp increase in project activity, offering a multitude of new project opportunities for contractors, consultants and suppliers alike.

With all the latest data and MEED’s expert analysis, this premium intelligence report provides a detailed update on the Egypt’s economic outlook and project spending plans with their delivery timelines, helping you understand and succeed in Egypt’s projects and investment market.

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