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Ports will become transit gates for goods, rather than merely place for storage, says Maait
New MSMEs law includes many incentives to integrate informal sector with formal economy
Percentage of green public investments doubled to reach 30% in new budget, says Maait
Announcement will be mandatory component of advertisement, so that taxpayers can avoid tax evasion
Total of 600 exporting companies submitted applications during 1st week of 3rd phase
This mandate also endeavours to advance the private sector’s activities in various sectors, which contribute to maximising production capacities and deepening the local component in the national industry.
Egypt’s Finance Minister meets South Korean Ambassador to discuss bilateral relations
Country attracted international praise for quickly dealing with global health crisis, delivering strong performance by implementing all targeted reforms on time
This is with a view to ensure the success of the comprehensive health insurance system, through the serious pursuit of contracting with major hospitals and private health and medical centres across Egypt. This will take place once these hospitals and centres are approved by the General Authority for Control and Accreditation.
Government to establish state-owned company to manage, implement sukuk process
Public Treasury and Mint to produce coins highlighting national achievements
New steps aim to reduce time required for issuing final approval for new vehicle financing
400 major import companies join ACI pre-registration shipment system, did not reject requests to import shipments through new system
Country achieved initial surplus of EGP 48bn between July 2020 and April 2021, says Mohamed Maait
System forms part of electronic information platform that aims to facilitate, enable customs procedures
Egypt backs African economies in light of pandemic in order to sustain production, says Maait
Modernising, automating real estate tax administration system taking place to make it easier for citizens, said Mohamed Maait
All land, sea, and air ports will be connected through electronic ‘one-stop shop’ system
Mohamed Maait, Canadian Ambassador in Cairo discuss strengthening economic, development cooperation, trade partnership
Visit to include discussions on ways to strengthen economic relations between two countries
Egypt achieves initial surplus of EGP 25bn despite negative effects of COVID-19 crisis
Egyptian law stipulates that every taxpayer is obliged to issue tax invoice or receipt in electronic form
400 companies have completed integration processes with e-invoice system
Ministry targets converting 1.2 million payroll cards into Meeza cards between February-April, in cooperation with 9 banks and Egypt Post, says Mohamed Maait
About 51,000 e-signature certificates have been issued to government sector since 2009, says Mohamed Maait
Period from July 2020 to January 2021 witnessed spending increase on social protection programmes, amounting to EGP 114bn
Addressing business owners, Egypt’s Finance Minister said, “You will not go to the tax authority, and a tax officer will not visit you.”
This proves that the country’s economic situation is overcoming the negative effects of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Linking all Egyptian ports to electronic platform to simplify procedures, reduce cost of goods, and reduce customs clearance time to less than three days, says Mohamed Maait
Maait said that his ministry and the Export Development Fund would continue receiving requests from exporters wishing to benefit from this initiative. Exporters will be able to access the initiative on weekdays between 8:30am and 6:00pm, until the end of the working day on 30 November.