El Araby Company for Trading and Manufacturing

Also known as: El Araby Manufacturing Last updated on: 20 January 2017

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Business SummaryManufacture of consumer electronics and home appliances including televisions, refrigerators, ovens, air conditioners, stereos and digital video disc players.Country of IncorporationEgyptOwnership TypePrivateEstablished In1964Primary SectorConsumer GoodsNumber of Employees10000

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«Ayady - Investment and Development» injects 400 million Egyptian pounds of new investments in Industrial, Agricultural, Tourism and Services sectors- under the economic plan for the Strategy «Egypt's vision 2030»

«Ayady Investment and Development» represents a new business model reflecting the efforts of the State to support investments in partnership with the private sector- mainly in the focal areas to stimulate economic growth, and to achieve community development in tangible balanced reach across different regions of Egypt. All within the framework of integration with targeted National projects over

Press Release - 18-Apr-2016

Exports to drive Egyptian FMCG sector

Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) producers and retailers in Egypt face a somewhat mixed outlook in the short term, with limits on disposable incomes and high inflation making many Egyptians cautious about overspending. However, with such favourable demographics, long-term prospects appear more positive as the economy recovers, consumer confidence rises and export opportunities open up.

Oxford Business Group - 27-Dec-2015

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El Araby Company for Trading & Manufacturing Building
7 Gezirt Badran Street, First Shubra Street
Shubra Area

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