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Our regional theme this quarter analyses how Iran has been impacted by the re-imposition of sanctions, lower oil prices and coronavirus (COVID-19). We look at how the country’s relationships will change in the region and internationally, and highlight what we see as we look at beyond COVID-19 to determine risks and potential opportunities.
While Iraqi Prime Minister-designate Mohammad Allawi could get parliamentary approval on his proposed Cabinet, it is unlikely that it will be accepted by protesters, who have been calling for an overhaul of the current political structure since October 2019.
CAIRO - 19 November 2018: Johnson & Johnson International Pharmaceutical Industries injected LE 125 million in new investments in Egypt during 2019 to increase its investments to LE 2.3 billion, Minister of Trade and Industry Amr Nassar said Tuesday.
Ayman Nour and Youssef Salam from our Egypt office wrote an article titled ‘A Step in the Right Direction - Draft Data Protection Law in Egypt’ in the June – July 2019 edition of Al Tamimi’s magazine, Law Update, heralding the approval by the Cabinet of a draft data protection law in Egypt.
The last few years have witnessed a noticeable and tangible improvement in the business conditions in Egypt due to legislative and procedural overhauls that have made Egypt a competitive, emerging market.
In Egypt, the acquisition of the shares of a listed company is governed by the Capital Markets Law No. 95 of 1992 (the ‘CML’), and its Executive Regulations No. 139 of 1993, as amended (the ‘CML ER’), as well as the Egyptian Exchange Listing and Delisting Rules issued by the Financial Regulatory Authority (the ‘FRA’) Decree No. 11 of 2014, as amended (the ‘EGX Listing Rules’). The acquisition of the shares of a listed company is either...