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1. You will need a separate entity for each operation unless you simply want the entity to be managed as one. Essentially, whilst it is possible to separate the treasury operation of each operation, they would be assimilated for the purposes of taxation, management control so it would be viewed as being localised in one jurisdiction. It is not possible to have a limited company which is localised in both Ireland and Egypt. So, I would suggest you set up a group company which holds two subsidiaries, one of which is based in Ireland and handles the Irish operation and one based in Egypt and which handles the Egyptian operation. Then the profits for each operation would remain in the country in which they were generated, namely, the profits from Egypt in Egypt and those from Ireland in Ireland.
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3. This is purely a Question and Answer website. So, you should speak with a Company Formation Agent about the process of incorporating a group of companies as they will have a suite of options and provide you with advice on the process of best maximising what you want to achieve.