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The Mozambican government today launches its new National Trade Facilitation Committee (NTFC), an agency that will serve to stimulate exports and imports into the country, an official source has told the Lusa news agency.
The agency forms part of the implementation of the Trade Facilitation Agreement of the World Trade Organisation, of which Mozambique is a member, the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Mozambique source explained.
“The idea is to ensure that the implementation of bilateral and multilateral trade agreements, and coordination of the various reforms in this area,” the source added.
The launch ceremony will be attended by the Minister of Industry and Commerce, Ragendra de Sousa, the President of the Confederation of Economic Associations, Agostinho Vuma, and the head of Trade Facilitation at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).Source: Lusa
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