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Africa Trade Agreements

Zimbabwe - Malawi Trade Agreements


Countries Involved:Africa Economic Institute Malawi, Africa Economic Institute Zimbabwe,
Area of Cooperation:goods
Summary:

Implemented in 1995, this is a reciprocal trade agreement, with 25 percent domestic value added requirements. Arrangements are characterized by implementation problems, in particular with regards to rules of origin, and no dispute settlement mechanism. As of 2002 it was under re-negotiation.

Aims to encourage and stimulate trade between Zimbabwe and Malawi, through the elimination of tariffs and other non-tariff barriers to trade.



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