MOCI announces services for formation, renewal and cancellation to be online only

23/02/21

The Ministry of Commerce & Industry (MoCI) has announced that the services related to company formation, renewal and cancellation will be available online only.

From Sunday, 28th of February, 2021 the Single Window platform must be used for the submission of applications and people will no longer be entertained at the ministry and its branches. The platform covers a wide range of services from the reservation of trade names and the application for commercial registrations, trade licenses and computer cards to the renewal of all and any permits.

The announcement is in line with the aim to prevent the spread of the pandemic and the intention to simplify the processes to register and maintain a business. The steps will improve the ease of doing business and attract more foreign direct investment in the priority sectors as set out in the National Development Strategy 2018-2022.

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