Frequently Asked Questions

The EBCC has a network of legal, financial and marketing experts to help you with your start-up. Whether you wish to set up a new company, branch or franchise please contact us directly to set up a meeting and arrange for your consultation.

Contact the Chamber directly for tax information. If you wish to know more about customs tariffs for the UK, please visit GOV.UK. Egypt's Customs tariff can be downloaded here.

If you wish to set up a business in Egypt, you need to be aware of Investment Law No. 8, Law no. 159 and its amendments. The Chamber can provide you with the required laws and regulations upon request.

The Chamber offers certified translations English/Arabic and Arabic/English of all business and trade documents, as well as any other legal documents and creative content. Our certified legal translations are recognised by both governments. Please visit our Translation page for more information.

Trade and investment opportunities can be found on the Chamber’s Market Opportunities page. If you wish to receive regular updates, please subscribe to our monthly newsletter.

If you require a partner or agent for your business, please make an appointment with the Chamber directly so we can assess your project and find you a suitable counterpart.

The best way to get connected with other members of our Chamber is by joining our organisation and attending our regular events. For more information on membership benefits, visit our Membership page. To view our forthcoming networking events, visit our Events page.

For specific market information please contact our Chamber directly. The Chamber works with a team of experts that can provide you with any required market information for your business.

The Chamber offers access to corporate travel and accommodation rates for all our members. We are also able to arrange for drivers, meeting space, etc. For more information, contact our team directly.

Export Documentation

Since December 2015 it is mandatory for all UK exporters to legalise their Certificate of Origin and have their local Chamber certify the corresponding invoices. You can download the latest trade decrees on our Export Documentation page. 

The process takes an average of 5 business days.

For small changes, you can use the amendment service offered by the EBCC via your local Chamber of Commerce.

EUR1 certificates are customs documents - they come pre-stamped by HMRC; no other stamps are necessary.