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Trade Agreements are agreements or partnerships between two or more countries for mutual trade benefit. The partnerships determine the duties and levies that countries impose on imports. Goods that have been approved are exported by South African traders, who have these registrations, pay less import duties in partnered countries. This ensures that the buyer’s import costs are lower, and it makes the exporter a more competitive seller in the international market.

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SADC Trade Agreement
R 790 Once off
  • SADC Trade Agreement
  • Main Requirements: Export License
  • Timeframe: 3-Weeks
EUR. 1 Trade Agreement
R 790 Once off
  • EUR. 1 Trade Agreement
  • Main Requirements: Export License
  • Timeframe: 3-Weeks
EFTA Trade Agreement
R 790 Once off
  • EFTA Trade Agreement
  • Main Requirements: Export License
  • Timeframe: 3-Weeks
UK Trade Agreement
R 1790 Once off
  • UK Trade Agreement
  • Main Requirements: Export License
  • Timeframe: 3-Weeks
Please note: You will need an Export License to apply for a Trade Agreement. If you do not have an Export License, then we can assist you with one. Please complete the signup form below with your contact details so that one of our Business Advisors can get in touch with you to assist.

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FAQ's & Info on Trade Agreements in South Africa

What is a Trade Agreement?

Trade Agreements are agreements or partnerships between two or more countries for mutual trade benefit. The partnerships determine the duties and levies that countries impose on imports. Goods that have been approved are exported by South African traders, who have these registrations, pay less import duties in partnered countries. This ensures that the buyer’s import costs are lower, and it makes the exporter a more competitive seller in the international market.
A Trade Agreement exists when two or more countries agree on terms that help them trade with each other. The most common trade agreements are of the preferential and free trade types, which are concluded in order to reduce (or eliminate) tariffs, quotas and other trade restrictions on items traded between the signatories.
Trade Agreements don’t just reduce and eliminate duties, they also help address behind-the-border barriers that would otherwise impede the flow of goods and services; encourage investment; and improve the rules affecting such issues as intellectual property, e-commerce and government procurement.
Trade Agreements are binding treaties between countries that open markets to businesses by addressing trade barriers, such as tariffs and non-tariff barriers. They create more predictable and transparent conditions for businesses operating in foreign countries.

SADC – for trade with other Southern African nations Get your SADC Certificate now and benefit from trading with other African Nations.
SADC-EU – for trade with the European Union
SACUM-UK – for trade with the United Kingdom
EFTA-SACU – for trade with Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and SwitzerlandAfCFTA – for trade with participating members of the African Union

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