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Egypt's top companies: the Power 34

Forbes Middle East published its Power 500 list, giving an account of the region’s top 500 companies – Egypt scored 34 times.
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The companies were chosen according to an in-depth study into companies listed on stock exchanges across the region.


Here are Egypt’s winners and their current market value:


1. Telecom Egypt (Region rank: 45): $3.6 billion

2. Commercial International Bank – CIB (Region rank: 50): $2.8 billion

3. National Societe Generale Bank – NSGB (Region rank: 70): $2.3 billion

4. TMG Holding (Region rank: 85): $1.3 billion

5. Eastern Tobacco (Region rank: 109): $724.9 million


6. Suez Cement (Region rank: 122): $585.3 million

7. ElSewedy Electric (Region rank: 123): $754.8 million

8. GB Auto (Region rank: 132): $525.6 million

9. Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals (Region rank: 137): $1 billion

10. EFG Hermes Holding (Region rank: 142): $786.4 million


11. Credit Agricole Egypt (Region rank: 150): $501.8 million

12. Oriental Weavers (Region rank: 166): $316.4 million

13. Faisal Islamic Bank (Region rank: 194): $91 million

14. Alexandria Cement (Region rank: 195): $548.2 million

15. Six of October Development and Investment (Region rank: 201): $289.2 million


16. Amer Group Holding (Region rank: 229): $295.3 million

17. Delta Sugar (Region rank: 253): $263.1 million

18. Cairo Poultry (Region rank: 261): $179.1 million

19. Sinai Cement (Region rank: 271): $230.4 million

20. Lecico Egypt (Region rank: 303): $91.6 million


21. Egyptian Chemical Industries – Kima (Region rank: 308): $420.7 million

22. Torah Cement (Region rank: 309): $326.7 million

23. Union National Bank Egypt (Region rank: 323): $95.5 million

24. Glaxo Smith Kline (Region rank: 331): $124.1 million

25. Zahraa Maadi Investment and Development (Region rank: 376): $92.1 million


26. Bisco Misr (Region rank: 408): $61.7 million

27. ElNasr Transformers – El Maco (Region rank: 412): $62.4 million

28. ElEzz Porcelain – Gemma (Region rank: 430): $20.7 million

29. Misr Chemical Industries (Region rank: 446): $45.5 million

30. Mohandes Insurance (Region rank: 453): $15.1 million


31. Delta Construction and Rebuilding (Region rank: 462): $22.5 million

32. Egyptians for Investment and Urban Development (Region rank: 463): $63.4 million

33. Arab Aluminum (Region rank: 470): $11.1 million

34. Belton Financial Holding (Region rank: 491): $18 million