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Trade draft laws ‘effective in 2021’

Publication date 05 August 2021 | 20:25 | ICT

Three major draft laws on trade are expected to take effect before the end of 2021, after receiving full support from National Assembly (NA) leaders and specialised committees, as well as the Senate, according to a Ministry of Commerce



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