Since early 2000, the pace of structural reforms, including fiscal, monetary policies, privatization and new business legislations, helped Egypt move towards a more market-oriented economy and prompted increased foreign investment, which has helped transform Egypt into a more modern market economy.
Egypt is a major trade destination strategically located at a crossroad between Europe, the Middle East, Africa and South Asia.
Egypt’s main exports consist of natural gas, and non-petroleum products such as ready-made clothes, cotton textiles, medical and petrochemical products, citrus fruits, rice and dried onion, and more recently cement, steel, and ceramics.
When we look at the global view, we recognize that there are lots of growing active enterprises. And growing along with them is the complexity of the business arena.
Talaat Hanna & Partners recognize that those enterprises are in need of services that can support their performance and ensure their perpetuation especially in times of dire need for regulatory and statutory compliance.
We are those advisors whom those enterprises turn to for appropriate experience and to meet their specific needs.
We have retail clients for whom we offer a range of services to support them in both their domestic and overseas markets.