Zambia has its own laws and regulations for the import and export of goods into and out of the country, which the customs authority enforces. The import or export of some goods may be restricted or forbidden. Companies that will assist you in the importation and exportation of goods are conversant with the regulations and can be found here. There are also companies that will import goods for distribution and resale here and others that will export goods for foreign markets.
Imports are any good or service brought in from one country to another, while exports are goods and services produced in the home country for sale to other markets.
For example, a manufacturer may import components from its own facilities abroad and materials and parts from third-party suppliers. Exports are goods and services produced in one country and purchased by people of other countries. For example, rice is being shipped from China to be sold in many countries.
Zambia's main export, copper accounts for 70 per cent of Africa's production and 60 per cent of the country's total exports. Other exports include sugar, tobacco, gemstones, cotton and electricity. Zambia's main export partner is Switzerland (45 per cent of total exports).
Zambia Consumer goods imports are worth US$ 2,249 million, product share of 31.14%. Zambia Capital goods exports are worth US$ 194 million, product share of 2.76%. Zambia Capital goods imports are worth US$ 2,061 million, product share of 28.55%.
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