ORAN- The services of the Regional Customs Directorate presented to economic operators during the Algerian-Turkish Trade and Investment Fair, the various customs facilitations, said a press release from this body.
Present at a stand dedicated to Algerian Customs, the latter’s officer presented the various facilitations granted to economic operators are part of the new national economic strategy aimed at relaunching economy, revitalize trade, encourage national production and promote non-hydrocarbon exports, ” explained the communiqué.
“Being an essential link in the chain of foreign trade, Algerian Customs emphasize the mobilization of all their services, in collaboration with all partners, in order to protect the national economy and ensure fair trade competitionon on the one hand, and to provide better support for economic operators and improve the public customs service on the other one, “the statement added.
As a reminder, the Director General of Algerian Customs Noureddine Khaldi recently affirmed that several measures have been decided for the benefit of economic operators under the 2022 finance law, including “the reduction of the time limits for the admission of goods into the warehouses of temporary storage, reduction in the costs of logistics services, facilitation of customs support, acceleration of the processing of postal packages and the possibility of temporarily extending the period of regularization of vehicles entering or leaving the customs territory “.
More than fifty Algerian and Turkish economic operators are taking part in the Algerian-Turkish Investment Exchange Fair which is being held from January 8 to 11 at the “Ahmed Benahmed” Convention Center in Oran (CCO).
The professional event is initiated by the “SOS Event” event agency, in collaboration with the National Agency for the Promotion of Foreign Trade, under the patronage of the Ministry of Trade and Export Promotion.
The event is part of the revival of bilateral economic activities and the development of investments and trade between Algeria and Turkey.