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Survey on Trade Information Needs

In line with USAID’s Partnership Trade Facilitation Program, the Mozambique Revenue Authority proposes technical assistance in three areas, namely: Internet Publication, Pre-arrival processing and Pre-shipment inspection. On the internet publication component, a website on international trade in Mozambique shall be developed. The objective of the survey was to evaluate the impact of internet information on economic operators and all stakeholders regarding the availability and quality of customs legislation, procedures and declarative models as well as the usability, reliability and efficiency of the 8 relevant websites for trading across borders.

The evidence shows that: Information needs to be harmonized, the single electronic window is a learning process, the websites must be available 24 hours a day and the taxes simulators must be centralized and translated in Portuguese and English versions. 

February 21, 2013: The document “2013 SPEED Report 001: Survey onTrade Information Needs PT” were added to this page.

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