Madagascar joins ATA Carnet System in bid to boost foreign trade
Madagascar will adopt the ATA Carnet System next week in order to facilitate foreign trade and boost the country’s economic development. ATA Carnets, already used in more than 70 countries, will enable companies to move goods in or out of Madagascar for up to a year without paying duties or taxes.
Joining the ATA Carnet scheme is part of Madagascar’s drive for better access to world trade, notably through regional integration and the development of tourism. ATA Carnets will provide a practical tool to foster such integration.
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