SADC Protocol on Trade

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Achieving harmonised socio-economic policies and strategies led to the development of a formal Southern African Development Community free trade area (the SADC Protocol on Trade). It is important to note two of the SADC objectives stated in Article 5 of the SADC treaty of 1992 (as amended) which form basis for the protocol, which are to:
  • achieve development and economic growth, alleviate poverty, enhance the standard and quality of life of the people of Southern Africa and support the socially disadvantaged through Regional Integration; and
  • to promote self-sustaining development on the basis of collective self-reliance and the inter-dependence of Member States. 
The Trade Protocol seeks to liberalise trade, increase investments and productivity in the SADC region. The SADC Protocol on trade has been amended in 2000, 2007, and 2008.

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