Le système juridictionnel de la Guinée équatoriale est de droit civil, inspiré du droit civil espagnol. Le régime de gouvernement du pays est présidentiel, dirigé par le pouvoir exécutif, représenté par le Président de la République, qui est à la fois le chef de l’État et le chef du gouvernement.
EG is a civil law jurisdiction rooted on Spanish civil law. The government system of the country is presidential, led by the Executive branch and headed by the President, who is both the head of state and head of government.
The former CEMAC Foreign Exchange Regulation No. 02/00/CEMAC/UMAC/CM dated 29 April 2000 (“Old Forex Regulation”), after several years of debate, was repealed with the adoption of the New CEMAC Exchange Regulation No. 02/18/CEMAC/UMAC/CM, dated 21 December 2018, (“New Forex Regulation”).
The Parliament of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea (“EG”) has enacted Law No. 4/2021, dated 3rd of December, on General Labour (“GLL”) to meet the demands and challenges presented by the labour market and to adapt to the economic policies drawn up by the Government.
Africa harbours excellent potential for intra-continental trade, given the rapid growth that its economies are experiencing. While that is true, the African trade landscape still presents many barriers for investors.