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DEPUTY PERMANENT SECRETARY MR. LAMIN DAMPHA

IOM SUPPORTS MOTIE TO PROMOTE JOB CREATION FOR YOUTH & WOMEN IN LRR & URR.

PORTS AUTHORITY FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE

MOTIE WITH ITS LINE AGENCIES/DEPARTMENTS AND STAKEHOLDERS AT WORK ON TRADE FACILITATION AGREEMENT

TRADE DIRECTORATE OF MOTIE WITH ITS LINE DEPARTMENTS & STAKEHOLDERS ON A WORKSHOP ON TRADE FACILITATION AGREEMENT

PERMANENT SECRETARY MR ABDOULIE JARRA

HONORABLE MINISTER MR. AMADOU SANNEH

MoTIE STAFFS ON A MEETING WITH THE GHANA ARMED FORCES COMMAND AND STAFF COLLEGE (GAFCSC) HELD ON WEDNESDAY APRIL 19, 2017 AT MOTIE CONFERENCE ROOM

The meeting opened with silent prayers chaired by Deputy Permanent Secretary, Mr. Lamin Dampha, who welcomed the guests and thanked them for their visit to MOTIE. The floor was then passed on to the Team Leader of the GAFCSC delegation who stated that their visit to the Ministry is part of the college’s mandate to take students on research trips to various African countries. The theme for this year, he stated, is “emerging case studies in Africa” with emphasis on the security challenges and lessons learned from The Gambia as a case study. He also noted that one of the takeaways of this meeting would be to learn about how socio-economic issues feed into the security challenges as far as trade, industry, regional integration and employment are concerned.
The team leader initiated the discussions by giving the floor to Mr. Ousman Bojang, Principal Trade Economist, to give a presentation on the socio-economic aspects of The Gambia within the context of trade, regional integration, industries and employment. In his presentation, Mr. Bojang, gave an overview of the trade and investment environment of The Gambia, detailed the current regional integration activities being implemented, and highlighted the strides being made towards addressing employment issues in the Gambia. Mr. Bojang concluded his presentation by outlining some of the challenges faced in the Gambia as far as MOTIE is concerned. These include:
 Limited aid for trade resources to implement trade related projects
 The Gambia’s limited technical capacity to negotiate multilateral trade agreements
 The sustainability of the fiscal incentives given by GIEPA to investors
 Access to reliable data on employmen

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Welcoming Our New Minister

Ministry of Trade, Industry, Regional Integration and Employment welcomes its new Minister Hon. Minister Dr. Isatou Touray. We all hope you a fruitfull stay and we are ready to support and help you in all your development agendas for a better Gambia. Once again welcome!!!

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The Second WTO Mission for the Third Trade Policy Review Of the Gambia

Third Trade Policy Review of the Gambia by The World Trade Organization (WTO) is schedule to place on the 3rd - 7th July, 2017 at the MOTIE Conference Room in Banjul Opposite Independence drive Mosque. This is a requirement under WTO Multilateral Trading System and these follows the consultations held in March by the WTO mission.

WORKING SESSION ON THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

TODAY THE 13TH OF JUNE, 2017 THE DIRECTORATE OF EMPLOYMENT OF MINISTRY OF TRADE INDUSTRY REGIONAL INTEGRATION AND EMPLOYMENT (MoTIE) HELD A WORKING SESSION ON THE NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN AT MoTIE'S BUILDING

YOUTH EMPLOYMENT FORUM

The Directorate of Employment and Youth Empowerment Prjoect (YEP) held a two day Youth Employment forum in Farafenni and Janjanbureh in North Bank and Central River Region respectively.

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