2 July 2014

Mozambique: The Impact of Special Export Terminal in Nacala (teen)

Maputo — Several personalities from the export and import business world, academics and civil society gathered in Nacala where took place the workshop presentation, discussion and validation of the preliminary results of the Study on the Impact of special export terminal in Nacala (TEEN) carried out by the Mozambique Tax Authority and USAID / SPEED.

This study systematized the results from the point of view of legal implications and economic efficiency of mandatory use of TEEN in Mozambique exports, the time spent in customs clearance process, the logistical conditions and mesh among what is stipulated in procedures framework and its implementation. It also made a comparative analysis of international best practices in the use of dry ports and suggested options and valid recommendations in Mozambique context.

The Regional Directorate of Northern Mozambique Tax Authority welcomed the awakening of TEEN operations issues raised by CTA and its partners.

Furthermore they pointed out that it is urgent to solve the problem once exports are sustaining country growth and so they are therefore privileged and said " there are no unsolvable problems".


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