Angola working to introduce new custom tariff

Posted on: 30/05/2017

The new tariff, expected to be implemented this year, proposes lower import duties on foodstuffs such as fruits, vegetables, cooking oils, and grains (including wheat flour); raw materials such as iron, steel, and aluminium products; and second-hand cars. The existing tariff is generally regarded as protectionist of local farmers and manufacturers and has been the subject of much criticism from local and international companies as well as the World Trade Organisation.
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