Treading the Waters of Egyptian Commercial Agency Laws, and Their Impact on Foreign-Based Tendering Investors

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ABSTRACT

Egyptian law imposes certain requirements on parties contracting with governmental authorities and on principals entering into commercial agency agreements with local agents, a precondition to contracting with the government. This article focuses on the common risks posed by Egyptian law so that foreign-based businesses may better protect their interests to secure a smooth, long-term, performance of their contracts, particularly if they select Egyptian law as the law governing their agency agreements.

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