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MoU inked to increase benefit from Agadir Agreement

The Technical Unit of the Arab-Mediterranean Free Trade Agreement (Agadir Agreement) and the Arab Union of Customs Executives (AUCE) on Sunday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that seeks to exchange expertise and make use of the agreement.

The memo urges the AUCE to promote the Agadir Agreement among businessmen and economists through training courses, symposiums, and workshops, as well as training and developing workers in the fields of implementing customs laws and conducting studies, research and field surveys.

The MoU emphasized exchanging expertise between all member-states and economists in fields of mutual interest, as well as exchanging data, reports, and research, and scientific media, especially in the domain of customs and easing trade.

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