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The joint technical committee of Ethiopia and Sudan has approved to establish free trade zone between the two countries in a bid to strengthen economic ties.
The approval is a follow-up to a previous joint technical committee meeting in Khartoum where the two neighbors reach an initial agreement to establish a free trade zones based on mutual interest.
Ethiopia’s Deputy Prime Minister for Finance and Economic Cluster and Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Debretsion Gebremichael, told reporters that a Joint Committee drawn from both countries has been formed to conduct a study on ways of implementing the agreement within the next three months.
When implemented, the free zone will generate investment opportunities and further enhances trade exchange.
It was disclosed that currencies of the two countries will be used in the free trade zone. The joint committee, the Ethiopian minister said, will also be tasked to undertake a study on ways of filling the gap on the use of currency.
The two countries have also agreed to open commercial banks on their respective capitals, a matter that the joint technical body will consider the best ways to implement within the slated period of time.
Sudanese vice-president Hasabo Mohamed Abdel-Rahman, said the trade zone will further bolster the longstanding historical and economic ties of the two countries and expressed commitment to implement the agreement accordingly.
(Sudan Tribune)