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Export Administrative Formalities

As Zimbabwean companies continue to look to foreign markets as a means to diversify risk or grow revenues, exports are sustained. Unfortunately, with more foreign customers spread across more geographies, the export compliance challenge arises, and so has the risk of regulatory violations. Many exporters struggle to effectively screen potential customers for assessment of default risk and generate international trade documents.

Reserve Bank Exchange Control requires that all exports from Zimbabwe be declared on Form CD1 through the Banks who raised such documentation in a system called CEPECS. All exporters are thus required to make a once-off registration with one of the Bank by providing information required on the Registration Form for Exporters. Once exports have been declared on the Forms CD1 and shipments made, the exporters are required to repatriate the export earnings into Zimbabwe within 90 days. Those exporters who may find difficulties in repatriating export proceeds within the aforementioned time frame are then encouraged to make applications for extensions. Exporters are highly encouraged to familiarize themselves with a Guideline to Formalities (for Exporters).

  1. Registration Form for Exporters
  2. Guideline to Export Formalities (for Exporters)
  3. CEPECS User Guide (for Consumptive Tourism Operators)
  4. CEPECS User Guide (For Non-Consumptive Tourism Operators)
  5. General Guidelines to Tourism Operators and Authorised Dealers on the Completion of Form TRAS1

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