Tue, 04 Aug 2020 14:16 - Updated Tue, 04 Aug 2020 15:10
Transport ministry launches inquiry into imported car parts
Luanda - Angola?s Ministry of Transport said it is conducting a popular inquiry on how the vehicle owners get the spare parts, aimed at improving the activity in Angola.
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The online investigation was launched last week and targets the import activity, such as trade, technical assistance for road equipments, states the minister in its document reached Angop Monday.
The move come in the wake of the Presidential Decree 155/20 of 01 June, approving the regulation on the import activity.
The Decree scraps the previous one - 62/14 of 12 March – and aims at cutting red tape and streamlining the procedures on acquisition of trade and technical assistance’s certificate for vehicle equipment.
The Presidential Decree also justifies the needs to put in place rules on sale of the new and used vehicles.
The enquiry launched by Ministry of Transport includes questions related to the year of the imported vehicle, the place for technical assistance, the reason for choosing the place for assistance, who purchased the spare parts.
The cost of the first service, the most purchased equipments and prices, are also contained in the inquiry.
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