The American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt provides information on the laws of business, business incorporation, taxation, labor regulations, financial sector regulations, and recent reforms in Egypt.

The Egypt Export Portal, created by Egypt's Export Development Authority, is the country's official export promotion website. The site provides information on when and how to export. It also offers reports on foreign markets, as well as a directory for upcoming international exhibitions.

The Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics provides statistics and economic indicators regarding Egypt's business environment. This resource also contains information regarding Egyptian consumer prices, labor forces, foreign trade, manufacturing industries, food commodity prices, building materials prices, and tourism. 

The Central Bank of Egypt is an autonomous public legal entity responsible for formulating monetary, credit, and banking policy. It also maintains the stability of the Egyptian currency. The site provides quarterly and periodic economic review reports, monthly surveys and statistics, documentation on banking laws, and contact information for other banks and related bodies in Egypt.

The General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (GAFI) is a government department that provides assistance to investors wanting to do business in Egypt. This site offers information regarding investment laws, areas available for privatization, projects available for investment, and the process of starting projects in free zones.

Egypt's Government Services Portal provides information on the Egyptian government and how its services relate to economic activity within the country. The resource's insights include information on government subsidies, the functions of the government's various industry-specific ministries, and documents related to Egypt's infrastructure investments.

The Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry website provides information from the Egyptian government regarding the country's foreign trade policies, as well as insights into the leading industries of the Egyptian economy. The resource also provides government publications, statistics, legal documents, and links for investment opportunities.

Egypt's National Authority for Remote Sensing and Space Sciences (NARSS) is the pioneering Egyptian institution in the field of satellite remote sensing. The sector of remote sensing works on data provided by earth observation satellites to produce maps and spatial data for the evaluation of natural resources and natural hazards. The sector of space science develops sensors for earth observation to be mounted on satellites, and it also deals with problems involving communication with satellites.

The National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (NTRA) oversees telecommunications in Egypt. The three main responsibilities of the NTRA are policy and licensing, competition safeguards, and interconnection regulation between licensed operators. This site provides updates on the industry as well as a list of approved devices and various forms.

The Egyptian Exchange comprises two exchanges: Cairo and Alexandria. These entities are both governed by the same board of directors and share the same trading, clearing, and settlement systems. This site provides the latest stock information on the Egyptian capital market, along with trade rules and investor education.

The Egyptian Trading Directory provides access to information on factories, import and export companies, banks, hotels, insurance companies, and maritime companies in Egypt. Each entry contains contact names, telephone and fax numbers, and links to the company's website.

The Industrial Modernization Center (IMC) supports industry enterprises in Egypt through business development programs. The IMC provides a section dedicated to programs for various industries and businesses. There is also information on the different industrial sectors.