Zim, Malawi revise bilateral trade agreement

July 14, 2021 The Herald 0 Comments

ZIMBABWE and Malawi are engaged in talks to revise their Bilateral Trade Agreement to ensure its provisions speak to a modern-day investor and assist in addressing pressing development needs of the two countries.

Malawi and Zimbabwe signed a Bilateral Trade Agreement in 1995, which allows duty-free imports on reciprocal basis, provided the goods meet 25 percent minimum domestic content provisions and conform to each other’s standards.

The two countries are both members of COMESA and SADC, which means that traders from both states can export or import goods duty-free and quota-free from each other. Read More.

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