Making the OECS Customs Union functional for Eastern Caribbean States
Operationalising the OECS Customs Union, which will result in the removal of barriers to free trade in the region, is being strengthened through a series of regional capacity building consultations being undertaken by the OECS Commission.
These sessions will provide a clearer understanding of the new era in domestic, regional and international trade for the seven OECS Protocol Member States, which would include the removal of import formalities on goods traded within the Customs Union and the harmonisation of border and regulatory procedures with respect to goods imported from countries outside of the region.
Read more here: Member states discuss requirements for the OECS Customs Union
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