Government Reintroduces Licence Fees On The Importation Of All Goods Under Open General Import Category

Industry and Trade Minister Dr Sekesai Nzenza has restored licence fees on the importation of all goods under category 1 except for some grains like wheat and maize, New Zimbabwe reports.

This was revealed in a statutory instrument which reads in part:

The following products are added to the Open General Import Licence: Grain; Maize meal, wheat flour. However, Notice 2017, published in Statutory Instrument 122 of 2017, is amended by changing the import licence fee for the remaining products under the Open General Import Licence to $150.

The government had last year removed license fees for all goods on category one owing to shortages that had ravaged the country.

More: New Zimbabwe 

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