Why Egypt?

About Egypt
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Official language​Arabic​
Foreign languages English and French widely understood by educated classes
Capital CityCairo
Main CitiesCairo, Alexandria, Giza, Port Said, Suez, Hurgada, Luxor, Sharm El Sheikh
Form of GovernmentRepublic
Head of State President: ABD EL FATTAH AL SISI
Head of GovernmentPrime Minister Eng. Sherif Ismail
ParliamentParliament
Administration27 Governorates
State Holiday23rd of July (Revolution Day )
6th of October (Victory Day)
25th of Jan (Revolution Day) and (Police Day)
Population90678990 (March 2016) 
Population average Growth Rate 2.5 % (2009-2014)
Age Structure: 0-14 years: 31.1%
15-44 years: 49%
45-59 years: 13%
60 years and over: 6.9%
Labor Force 27.6 Million (Feb. 2015) , 27.623  Million (2013). 27 Million (2012) , 26.8 Million (2011)
Universities41 Universities (23 Public, and 18 Private)
Main Sea Ports and TerminalsAlexandria, Damietta, El Dekheila, Port Said, Suez, El-Sukhnah
Road Network145,947 Kilometers
Railway Network9,070 KM
Time ZoneGMT+2
ClimateModerate climate throughout the Year (Temperature: Summer 25°-35°, Winter 15°-25° C)
CurrencyEgyptian Pound (EGP)
Phone Dial Code+20
Power Voltage220 KW
Coastline2,450 KM
Internet Users 24.08  Million (June 2015)
Mobile Users 100.23   Million (June 2015 )
Fixed Lines Users  6.64  Million (June 2015)

Sources:

  • ·         Ministry of Planning, Follow up and Administrative Reform, Economic and Social Development Follow up Report, Official Website.

    ·         Ministry of Finance, Official Website.

    ·         Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, ICT Sector: Main Economic Indicators, Official Website.

    ·         Central Bank of Egypt (CBE): Monthly Statistical Bulletin, Official Website.

    ·         Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics: CAPMAS (Census 2006), Official Website.

    ·         The Information and Decision Support Center: IDSC, Official Website. ​


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