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To navigate the most-pressing issues facing multinational employers amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Baker McKenzie COVID-19 Global Employer Guide offers jurisdiction-specific guidance across 41 countries including in Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Download the Guide now to read the latest employment law guidance on issues including: legal requirements, practical and operational considerations, and emerging government regulation related to the outbreak. For more information on the virus’ multidisciplinary business and legal implications for your company, visit Baker McKenzie’s Coronavirus Resource Center and contact your Baker…

On 19 December 2019, the UAE government adopted a new federal law which replaces Law No. 4 of 1983 on the Pharmacy Professional and Pharmaceutical Establishments and Law No. 20 of 1995 on the Drugs and Products. Law No. 8 of 2019 on Medical Products, Pharmacy Profession and Pharmaceutical Establishments (the new Law) aims to consolidate and modernise the legal framework under which medical products are placed on the UAE market. The new Law applies…

Private sector investments in the education industry in Egypt are of paramount importance. Over the past decade, we have witnessed a steady increase in the appetite of private equity funds and investors to capitalize from the industry. This enthusiastic appetite and lucrative appeal is owed to ever-increasing enrollments; in 2016/17, the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics reported that total enrollments at the K-12 level amounted to 20.6 million students. The growth continues —…

In July 2019, the Investment Law No. 72 of 2017 (Investment Law) was amended to impose new data reporting requirements on companies with foreign investment in Egypt for statistical purposes. The data consists primarily of financial data and corporate data. The General Authority For Investment & Free Zones (GAFI) is now taking active steps in enforcing these new reporting requirements.