China proposed to the Angolan State to apply a zero-tariff scheme to 98% of Angolan goods exported to the Chinese market.
Angolan-Chinese bilateral trade was evaluated during a recent meeting in Luanda between the African country´s Secretary of State for International Cooperation, Domingos Lopes, and the Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to Angola, Gong Tao.
According to a statement released by the Customs Tariff Commission of the Chinese State Council in August, China will grant zero-tariff treatment on 98 percent of taxable items originating in 16 least-developed countries.
The statement said that . . .