Area of Expertise
Engage with Integrity
Implementing a strategically sound government relationships policy is key to succeeding in Africa. Our clients are pleased with our good working relationship with key stakeholders and we support them in managing, in a legally compliant manner, their relationship and interactions with the government. We focus on providing updates on the identity of key stakeholders, making introductions where necessary and helping with a myriad of existing and new government regulations, issues and opportunities.
A key to our successful engagement with government entities is to focus on face to face meetings; this approach yields results that countless correspondence seldom does.
We have assisted clients in creating and implementing internal guidelines with regards to the sponsoring of travel of government officials, training and secondment programmes, payment of per diem or out of station fees.
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We help our clients build strong working relationships with regulators, policy makers and other stakeholders in compliance with international laws. Get in touch!
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restry in Equatorial Guinea is a source of tax income and provides various opportunities within the aims of the national Economic and Social Development Plan Horizonte 2035. In light of this, the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, Forest and Environment.
The Presidency of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea issued Decree No. 84/2020, dated 15th of September, prohibiting the felling of trees and the exploitation of timber in the Republic of Equatorial Guinea
On the 30th of April 2020, the Minister of Finance, Economy and Planning (“MFEP”) of Equatorial Guinea passed Ministerial Order Number 11/2020, on the Automated System for Customs Data (ASYCUDA) (the “Order”).