Menna A. FaroukMenna A. Farouk is a Cairo-based reporter. She has contributed to several international news organizations, including Deutsche Welle, Al-Monitor and Global Voices.
Residency-For-Property Law To Enrich The Market
Tuesday, 13th June 2017
Egypt's economists and real estate experts cheer for the latest a one-year residency program and expect it to boost the national economy and the country’s real estate industry. Invest-Gate explores more of this newly drafted law and how it should serve the real estate sector.
Russian Developers Giving Push to SCZone with New Major Industrial Park
Saturday, 13th May 2017
Russian developers are planning to give a major push to Egypt’s Suez Canal Economic Zone by clinching an agreement with the Egyptian government this month, May 2017, paving the way for starting major projects, including the assembly of Russian trucks, cars, agricultural tractors, construction equipment, furniture making, concrete products and chemicals. Invest-Gate digs deep into the projects to be carried out in Russia’s new industrial zone in the Suez Canal
Upper Egypt Seen ‘Promising’ Amid Major Developments
Thursday, 23rd March 2017
Egyptian government officials and real estate experts assert that the country’s southern governorates can be very promising for businesspeople interested in the building materials sector as major construction projects are now underway in such areas. Invest-Gate sheds light on developments in Beni Sueif in Upper Egypt
Baconin: Egypt’s Construction Sector Has Great Potential
Sunday, 19th March 2017
At BATIMAT, the originally French major building materials conference held in Cairo on March 9-11 with a total of 32 French companies taking part, Invest-Gate spoke to head of the French Economic Mission H.E Jerome Baconin, who expressed his optimism on the nationwide construction sector outlook.
Egypt May Fortune from Property Tax, But System Still in Limbo
Sunday, 12th March 2017
Egypt may fortune from its property tax, but analysts say that the anticipated reform must first weather a crumbled taxation system that fails in the collection process. Invest-Gate looks into the effects of Egypt’s property tax law