The Ministry of Commerce has initiated within the framework of the implementation of the External Tariff ECOWAS Common (ECOWAS CET), an investigation into the activities of national actors.
According to a circular sent to the General Confederation of Enterprises of Côte d’Ivoire (CGECI), taking into account the impact that could have the TEC, with changes in tariff bands, ECOWAS has authorized its Member States to derogate on a maximum of 177 lines under additional protection measures (tax supplementary protection (TCP) and tax Adjustment to import (TAI), during a transitional period of 5 years from 1 January 2015.
The list of such products must be sent to the ECOWAS Commission, in accordance with Regulation C / REG.1 / 09/13.
Therefore, in order to allow Ivory Coast to establish a list effectively and benefit from this provision, we would appreciate the provisions that you would take well to send us your concerns, at the latest July 15, 2015, the following contacts:
- email@example.com – M. SOGONE BI DAMA, Chief of the Customs Department, Regional Integration and Transport, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tél : 20 30 08 20/ Poste 335 ;
- Mlle KASSI Marie-Paule, Assistant to the Chief of Customs Department, Regional Integration and Transport, email@example.com, Tél : 20 30 08 20/ Poste 334