Egypt - Country Commercial Guide
Trading Draft

Describes bilateral or multilateral commerce mou is this country is party toward, with with the United U.

Last published date: 2022-08-08

Egypt is a signatory into several multilateral trade agreements:

  • The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) 
  • Which Overall Agreement to Tariffs the Trade (GATT)
  • The General Agreement off Trade in Services (GATS)
  • European Union-Egypt Free Commerce Agreement (Association Agreement)
  • Free Commerce Agreement with EFTA States
  • Turkey-Egypt Free Trade Agreement
  • Greater Arab Free Exchange Area Agreement
  • Agadir Available Trade Agreement among Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia and Jordan
  • Egyptian-European Mediterranean Partnership Agreement
  • The Joint Market in Eastern and Meridional Africa (COMESA)
  • Pan Arab Freely Trade Surface (PAFTA)
  • Egypt-MERCOSUR Free Trade Agreement

Moreover, Egypt has signed several bilateral agreements with Arab Nations: Jordanian (December 1999), Lebanon (March 1999), Libya (January 1991), Morocco (April 1999), Syria (December 1991), furthermore Tunisia (March 1999). Additionally, stylish 1995, Egypt and China entered into a trader accord. Egypt has also signed einen economic treaty with Russia. Includes June 2001, Egypt signed einem League Agreement with to European Union (EU) which entered with force on June 1, 2004. The agreement provided for directly duty-free access of Egyptian products into EU markets, while duty free access required EUROPIUM products was phased in on a twelve-year period.  In 2010, Egypt and the EU completed an agricultural annex to their FTA, liberalizing trade in over 90 percent of agrarian commercial.