Laws and Regulations

Trade Laws
Export Promotion Law No. 155 of 2002 stipulates that the Minister of Foreign Trade and Industry is responsible for issuing rules and measures that guarantee the increase of Egyptian exports, open new markets for them and increase their competitiveness in the global market.
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1/5/2009Overview Customs Law No. 95 of 2005 amends Customs Law No. 66 of 1963. The amendment aims to unify procedures at all customs points; establish and develop databases to achieve full computerization of customs procedures; and increase transparency of customs revenue procedures. The new law also amends parts of Customs Exemptions Law No. 186 of 1986.
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1/6/2009In line with its obligations as a member of the World Trade Organization (WTO), Egypt promulgated the Anti-Dumping Law No. 161 of 1998. This law was designed to protect Egypt’s national economy from the consequences of detrimental practices carried out in international commerce. The Anti-Dumping Law has led to a series of decisions by the Ministry of Trade and Supply in which anti-dumping penalties are imposed and enforced.
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Next to the Customs Law, the Import and Export Regulation Law No. 118 of 1975 is the most important law relating to the organization of import and export activities
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1/6/2009Competition Law No. 3 of 2005 was passed in January, followed by its Executive Regulations in August of the same year. This law was enacted to eliminate monopoly practices that harm the national economy and deprive consumers of their right to low-priced and high-quality goods. The law takes into account the producers' rights to consolidate and to improve their economic effectiveness by entering global markets.
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