Regulation to Repeal Foreign Exchange and Gold

REGULATIONS TO PROVIDE FOR THE REPEAL OF THE REGULATIONS IN RESPECT TO FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRANSACTIONS AND GOLD LEGAL NOTICE No. 44/2000, LEGAL NOTICE 44/2001

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Customs Tariff Regulations

CUSTOMS TARIFF REGULATION, LEGAL NOTICE 52/2001 Article 1. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as “customs tariff Regulations No. 52/2001.” Article 2. Interpretation In these regulations: • “ Customs Duty” means customs duties levied on imported goods. • “ Importation” means the act of bringing goods in to the territory of the state of Eritrea.

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Commission for Demobilization and Reintegration

A PROCLAMATION TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE DEMOBILIZATION AND REINTEGRATION PROGRAM, PROCLAMATION 113/2001 Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the "Proclamation to Establish a National Commission for the Demobilization and Reintegration Program No.113 /2001 ". Article 2. Establishment (1) There is hereby established a National Commission for the Demobilization and Reintegration Program (DRP) (hereinafter "the Commission") as a corporate public body. (2) The Commission shall be accountable to the President of the State of Eritrea.

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Agency for Supervision and Privitization - Amend.

A PROCLAMA TION TO AMEND THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE SUPERVISION AND PRIVATIZATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES PROCLAMATION NO. 83/199, PROCLAMATION 114/2001 Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as "the Amendment Proclamation NO. 114/2001 of the National Agency for the Supervision and Privatization of Public Enterprises Establishment Proclamation.

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Free Zones Proclamation

THE ERITREAN FREE ZONES PROCLAMATION, PROCLAMATION 115/2001 Article 1. Short title This proclamation may be cited as “the Eritrean free zones proclamation No.115/2001”.

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