Egypt has enacted a fairly advanced PPP law, however its general legal framework for procuring infrastructure is fragmented and needs to be simplified to attract investments. Potentially, PPP projects can be procured through the system of public economic entities, public utilities legislation and any number of sector specific or project specific laws currently in existence. The new PPP Law provides an additional channel for procurement, which was expected to replace the others. This has not happened and it seems unlikely that the government will impose the PPP law as the single framework for PPP procurement.

Overall, the Egyptian Government is taking promising steps.However, there is a requirement for increased training and knowledge transfer between government bodies.The establishment of satellite PPP units is necessary to ensure line ministries develop the technical expertise to procure their projects successfully.

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