E-Commerce is expected to grow by 30% this year to reach a total of $7.5 billion in Egypt, according to research conducted by RMBC Keneoka for TechCrunch. This is a positive development for both local businesses and investors. However, the growth of e-commerce in Egypt has not always been easy, as the country is still adjusting to the challenges of the economic downturn. Some companies have struggled to attract investors, and others have failed to meet the high expectations of their potential clients.
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E-commerce market in Egypt expected to grow 30% to $7.5 billion this year
E-commerce is a rapidly growing sector in Egypt. It provides convenience and scalability. The Egyptian e-commerce market is projected to grow 30% this year and be worth 7.5 billion US dollars by the end of 2022.
The Egyptian e-commerce sector is dominated by Btech and Amazon. While many international players operate in the country, there is also a large domestic industry. In fact, it is estimated that e-commerce will make up almost a quarter of the total population in five years.
With a population of 102 million, Egypt has a relatively young workforce. Its economy is growing at about 7% per year. The economy is largely private. Most of the crops are grown by farmers, including cotton and sugar beets. Other common crops are wheat and onions.