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Customs duties and other import levies in Kenya

Kenya apples the EAC Common External Tariff (CET), which relies on 3 bands: 0% (mainly applicable to raw materials and capital goods, but also to some species of live animals, organic chemicals and pharmaceutical products), 10% (for intermediate goods), and 25% (for final goods).

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International development consultant, a largely unknown profession

With more than 15 years of experience in projects of technical assistance to developing countries, Danilo Desiderio, CEO of Desiderio Consultants talks about the main tasks and challenges of this business. Read the full article here.

Desiderio Consultants launches new blog

Desiderio Consultants Ltd. has launched a blog featuring discussion and analysis in the areas of: 1) customs, 2) transport facilitation and 3) trade facilitation, with a particular focus on Africa. The aim of the blog is to share experience among experts in these fields and learn from each other, so to increase skills levels and further improve business/employment prospects. We also encourage to propose topics of discussion referred to one of the above 3 areas. For more information visit our blog.

Data analysis techniques for enhancing the performance of Customs

WCJ"Data analysis techniques for enhancing the performance of Customs", article by Danilo Desiderio published on the World Customs Journal, Volume 13, Number 2, September 2019 (Section 1- Academic Contributions). The article, available here, explains how data collection and analysis techniques, if properly used by Customs, can help such administration to act in a targeted way and more efficiently.

Bilateral vs. multilateral cross-border road transport permits

To date, many States worldwide have in force national laws governing the circulation over their respective roads of vehicles from other countries carrying passengers or freight for commercial reasons. These laws are mainly aimed to protect their national transport industry by restricting the entry in their territory of road hauliers from neighbouring countries. In practice, this is done via the implementation of a permit regime where foreign road-transport hauliers are required to obtain a special circulation permit from the authorities of the country where they want to move with their cargo or passengers. The permit must be held in the vehicle and be showed to the enforcement agencies in the country of circulation on their request. In most cases the permit allows them to follow fixed itineraries or to use only particular transport routes, so reducing the traditional flexibility which is typical of road transport.

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