Information on trade, including laws and regulations, measures, standards, procedures, process maps, guidance notes, fees, forms, licenses and permit and customs tariff (organized by HS Code) as well as duty, fees, taxes, levies and applicable penalties in case of a breach.
Information on measures comprising of licensing and permit requirements, technical conformity standards, certification requirements and generally any form of authorization, inspection, verification, or other forms of control concerning export, import, and transit.
Information on procedures required when applying for licenses, permits, border clearance or other regulatory obligations relating to export, import or transit of goods and means of transport and Forms (application forms, licenses, permits, etc.) relating to procedures.
Information relating to international, regional and bilateral trade agreements to which Zambia is a party, including the applicable rules, regulations and requirements and the opportunities for Zambia on a product by product basis.
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Zambia has become the latest country to deposit its instruments of ratification for the Tripartite Free Trade Area (TFTA) Agreement with the COMESA Secretariat bringing the number of countries that have done so to nine. ...Read
The President of the Republic of Zambia, His Excellency Edgar Chagwa Lungu, recognized and applauded the launch of the Zambia Trade Information Portal during the State of the Nation Address presented at the Fifth (5th) session of the Twelfth (12th) National Assembly at Parliament on Friday 11th September 2020....Read
Government suspends import duties and Value Added Tax (VAT) on imported crude oil which is the main material in the manufacture of local cooking oil....Read
On Friday, 25th September 2020, Zambia's Finance Minister Dr. Bwalya Ng’andu unveiled the country's 2021 budget which is aimed at stimulating economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The theme for the 2021 budget is “Stimulate Economic Recovery and Build Resilience to Safeguard Livelihoods and Protect the Vulnerable.”...Read
The National Biosafety Authority has seized imported products worth over K 80,000 from several Chain Stores in Lusaka that are suspected to contain genetically modified organism (GMOs). ...Read