This agreement is particularly relevant to imports and exports. Senegal ratified and ratified on February 22, 2017. One of the main purposes of this agreement is to significantly reduce non-tariff barriers, which are still obstacles to the international movement of goods, including those in transit.
In this sense, this consensus is part of the strategic direction of the emerging Senegalese Plan (PSE). In particular, this is the first axis of the PES, requiring structural changes in the economy through the integration of current leverage for growth and the development of new sectors that create wealth, jobs and social inclusion of large capacity. Attracting export and investment. The PES ambition is based on the acceleration of the reform program for the modernization of the administration. They are particularly interested in automating administrative procedures, setting incentives and simplifying tax and legal systems, improving the competitiveness of the elements of production, and promoting influential investments. This agreement, which developed countries promise to implement immediately, provides a series of trade facilitation reforms. This includes provisions to improve the availability and publication of information on cross-border procedures and practices, strengthen merchant's appeal rights, and reduce fees and procedures related to import and processing. Product exports, acceleration of customs procedures, and improvement of conditions related to freight freight. This Agreement provides measures to ensure effective cooperation between customs authorities and other authorities on trade facilitation and customs compliance issues. This Agreement also includes special measures for developing and least developed countries. Provides flexibility for TFA implementation and international cooperation mobilization. The Trade Africa Initiative is therefore committed to supporting the Senegalese government in implementing the TFA. The USAID leadership of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) Public Finance Management II (USAID / LPFM II) has collaborated with the Department of Commerce, Customs and various public and private stakeholders. In the implementation of AFE. This Senegal strategic priority selection forms the basis of action plans defined by the Ministry of Commerce, Industry, Consumer, Informal Sector and SMEs implemented through the LPFM II project for two and a half years. Nathan Associates as Technical Support. This is a positive change observed in management when these measures and cooperation between the DG, customs, various public service departments and the various organizations and operators of the private sector are over. The plan, all the action, and the planning of many meeting spaces were the consolidation of greater trust between the public and private sectors. The goal was to permanently upgrade all speakers. Finally, vision remains a well-understood formulation of the role of the public sector and adaptability to the ever-increasingly interdependent world.