The UK Government has launched the Developing Countries Trading Scheme in Nigeria, which will enable the country to benefit from duty-free trade on exported goods.
The launch took place on Wednesday in Lagos, and the DCTS would come into force in the Spring of 2023, replacing the UK’s Generalised Scheme of Preferences.
The statement said, “The DCTS benefits 65 countries, 37 of which are African and will mean that Nigeria benefits from duty-free trade on over 9,200 products…
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