This represents an increase of 102 per cent compared to H1 2022 and brings the total number of Egyptian member companies to 18,028.
Additionally, 1,184 new Syrian-owned companies joined during H1 2022, an increase of 24 per cent from the 956 recorded during H1 2022.
The overall number of Syrian companies registered with the chamber now stands at 10,678.
The total number of new Bangladeshi companies registering with the chamber witnessed a year-over-year increase of 47 per cent, rising from 711 in H1 2022 to 1,044 in H1 2023, contributing to 10,975 companies.
Meanwhile, the United Kingdom saw an increase of 40 per cent, with the chamber welcoming 963 new UK-owned member companies during H1 2023 to bring the total number to 10,010.