Government examined yesterday, Wednesday, in a meeting chaired by Prime Minister Abdelaziz Djerad, a draft executive decree, amending and completing Executive Decree No. 20 -227 of August 19, 2020, which defines the conditions and modalities for exercising the activity of new vehicle dealer.
According to a statement of the Prime Minister’s office , the amendments included in the draft text aim to “simplify and harmonize the requirements for acceptance in order to encourage competition and transparency, by easing the administrative procedures required to obtain accreditation for the exercise of this activity.”
During the same meeting, the government also examined a draft executive decree amending and completing Executive Decree No. 20-312 of November 15, 2020, which includes the conditions and methods of granting a customs license for production lines and equipment that have been renewed as part of the production of goods and services.
The amendments included in this text relate to the modalities for granting a customs license for production lines and equipment that have been renewed as part of the activities of the production of goods and services and aim to simplify the procedures for granting a customs license for the benefit of economic operators, by introducing new standards based on protecting the national economy and simplifying the conditions for acceptance to further enhance competition and transparency.
Meanwhile, this operation has been expanded to include the import of refurbished agricultural equipment, the statement concluded.