International Taxation

International Taxation

When Egyptian Tax Law 91 was issued in 2005, it transformed the tax interactions between Egypt and the rest of the world. For the first time, international transactions between natural/juridical persons abroad and their counterparts in Egypt were regulated by Egyptian law, which also specified the conditions for imposing tax on the wealth of persons residing in and out of Egypt.

Egypt has concluded DTTs with over 50 countries, which could change the tax treatment of transactions carried out between Egyptian entities and residents of a treaty country.

Most of the DTTs signed with Egypt provide a tax credit for the income that is subject to tax in both countries. It might be as a deduction or a credit depending on the treaty.

At EIGHTPS, our international taxation experts can guide you through the complexities of practices while protecting your interests. Whether your business is considering overseas expansion or is looking to qualify for tax-advantaged treatment under the applicable income tax treaties, our international tax experts can help you understand how international tax laws can affect your business.

We have wealth of experience and expertise to guide you through the following areas:-

Tax treaty issues and claiming the treaty benefits including Permanent Establishment and optimizing withholding tax implications
International tax planning in general
Offshore WHT refund
Offshore withholding and compliance issues
Non-resident tax matters
Residency issue and certificates

Tax Services


  • 11 El Obour Buildings, Salah Salem Street. Nasr City, Cairo, Egypt.
  • (+2) 010 2442 74 51
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