Please click below to download a translation of law no. 151 for the year 2020 in English, courtesy of the British University in Egypt. We would like to thank Dr. Hassan Abdelhameed for his continued dedication in making Egyptian laws accessible to the largest audience possible through these initiatives.
Check our updated guide to Egyptian employment law by clicking on the link below.rnrnThis book provides an overview of employer obligations and liabilities as per Labour Law No. 12 of 2003.
The British University in Egypt’s Center for Law and Emerging Technologies “CLETs” has prepared a technical guide for Personal Data Protection Law No. 151 of 2020. The book consists of four sections, preceded by an introduction that gives an overview of the law. The first section discusses the conceptual framework of the law, the second section refers to the rights of the data subject and the conditions of processing; the third section refers to the obligations of data controllers and processors for data processing and protection, and finally, the fourth section focuses on the means of law enforcement.rn
This book is an economic guide on doing business in Egypt. The book explains Investment Law no. 72 of 2017, and the opportunities for investment which are available in the country, for example, investing in education, investing in real estate, investing in start ups, investing in agriculture, and investing in the oil and gas sector. The book also explains how to start a business in Egypt, and introduces you to the different types of companies that are available. This book was a combined effort between Andersen Tax u0026 Legal Egypt and the Ministry of Investment, and we would like to thank Sahar Nasr for all of the support she provided for the books. We hope that the book is useful for investors and will entice them to make new investments in our Egypt.
This book has been prepared by the professionals at Andersen Tax u0026 legal Egypt.rnThe contents of the book intend to describe the accounting and legal obligations imposed on joint stock companies after formation, to allow them to remain in operation in accordance with local regulations