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”).
On the 11th of March 2020, the World Health Organization (“WHO”) declared COVID-19 a pandemic. There are unprecedented travel, movement, and large-gathering restrictions, with reports indicating that a quarter of the world’s population is now in quarantine.
Visa, immigration and employment compliance is paramount, and our clients’ success largely depends on getting it right. Visa and immigration issues can have a serious impact on a company’s freedom to operate
The Government of Equatorial Guinea has been reviewing its development policy, with the aim of attracting foreign investors;
As a result, entry visas have been reviewed and four new types of visas are to be issued. There was also a need to regulate the entry visas contemplated under article 21, subsection…
A major challenge throughout the Oil and Gas (O&G) sector is that many waste streams can become contaminated by oily or hazardous fluids, and possibly result in radioactivity requiring careful transportation, handling, treatment and disposal.