Egypt market




Egypt Geography, population, history, political stability, and diplomatic expertise give Egypt extensive political and economic influence in the Middle East. Cairo has been always the crossroad of Arab-African and international commerce.
After the 25th of January & 30th of July revolutions, Egypt’s economy is expected to witness massive growth and the country is expected to become one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Nowadays , Egypt is considered as one of the hottest business spots in the Middle East and Africa.
The country’s business potentiality is now well recognized. Multinational entrepreneurs and corporate executives are seeking for access to this enormous market, whose have a rapid urban development with great opportunities for international investments. Egypt’s central location in the north east corner of Africa, between the major three continents of the world Africa, Asia and Europe provides an excellent access point to their markets for any investor who wishes to tap this region. Egypt now is ready for business as never before and seeks professional support to improve its capabilities and raise the living standards of Egyptian population.

Egyptian waste and recycling market:-
According to World Bank data, solid waste management cost in Egypt annually, ranging between 32.4 and 37.3 million dollars and paper recycling is on the top of the recycling processes in Egypt which make it a great opportunity to any investment.


As an example in paper waste ;
paper recycling and pulp market is expected to grow at an annual rate of 20% over the next three years .Egypt ‘s paper market covers 78% of demand from imports and only 22% from domestic sources and waste paper recycling , what makes Egypt itself a very promising market with booming capabilities.
EGYPT is one of the most promising and virgin market in the field of waste paper recycling. researchers estimated that the value of investment in that field will provide about 25 billion dollars annually, the value of selling price for carton and waste paper ton is estimates with 300$ Egypt produces an estimated 12 000 tons of waste paper every day but imports recovered paper and pulp for its production industry.


Egypt produces an estimated 12 000 tons of waste paper every day but imports recovered paper and pulp for its production industry.










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