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    Egyptian market turmoil pushes its companies towards Iraq

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    Post by Rocky Tue 18 Jun 2024, 4:53 am

    [size=38]Egyptian market turmoil pushes its companies towards Iraq[/size]


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    Baghdad/Al-Masala Al-Hadath: The turmoil in the contracting market in Egypt has recently caused local companies to expand their business outside the country in Iraq and Libya, according to Egyptian real estate developers.
    The “Al-Sharq Bloomberg” website and Egyptian media reported that the aim of this trend is to seize projects in countries that allocate billion-dollar investments for reconstruction and development, such as Iraq and Libya, amid the slowdown in Egyptian government investments in the fields of infrastructure and contracting, as part of a plan to make room for the private sector.
    The Egyptian government reduced its investment spending in the budget for the current fiscal year 2023-2024 by about 15%, but excluded projects whose completion rate exceeded 50%.
    It was prohibited to conclude any contracts on projects, whether by direct order or public tenders, until the end of the current fiscal year.
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