Marketing in Egypt Market
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Cairo is the capital of Egypt and it is the largest city in this country and a large population in this city is engaged in agriculture and livelihood in Cairo is often done through agriculture, of course, Cairo is one of the best immigrant cities in Egypt.
Alexandria is another important city in Egypt, it has a lot of scenic space and is on the list of cities that are often a great option for tourism.
Giza is a quiet city. It is a little strange built and the architectural atmosphere of this city is as if you have traveled to the last hundred years.
Shabar al-Khaimah is a good and spectacular city. This city has a strong economic atmosphere, although, in this city, people try to consider the principles of proper living.
Port Saeid is a very luxurious city with a renovated and unique atmosphere. This city has been the residence of famous people in the past years.
Suez is unique in Egypt for investment, the city is divided into economic and commercial sectors and is on the list of best cities for investment.
Aqsar and Mansoura are two cities that are close to each other, which can be a good choice for education, although the comfort of living in these cities may seem limited.
Urban economy of Egypt
As the capital and primate city of Egypt, the economy of Greater Cairo largely reflects that of the nation and, indeed it probably contributes half of the Gross Domestic Product. In spite of many calls for decentralisation of the bureaucracy, government is heavily concentrated in the capital, and it also contains most of the higher-order private sector services.
With the establishment of industrial zones in the new towns of Sixth of October and Tenth of Ramadan (30 and 50 km from the city centre respectively), Cairo has also become the focal point of most modern manufacturing. Finally, Cairo has a well-developed tourist economy, catering both to Western tourists and Gulf Arabs, and it also enjoys an important position as a regional centre for conferences.
Paralleling the formal economy, Cairo also has an immense informal economy, made up of hundreds of thousands of small and micro-enterprises. The informal sector absorbs over half of the city’s labour force and informal employment is expanding at a faster rate than formal employment. Also, as estimated in the recent work of Lima’s Institute for Liberty and Democracy, informal investment in residential real estate in Greater Cairo is valued at over US$ 36 billion, representing 39 per cent of the city’s total