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Moving from Dubai to Ivory Coast

Moving from Dubai to Ivory Coast

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Moving from Dubai to Ivory Coast

In the event that you are moving to Ivory Coast from Dubai, UAE, there is bounty to consider before you head to Ivory Coast. With such a great amount to get ready for, the exact opposite thing you need to stress over is the coordinations of your confused move. Dubai Movers will make your progress to Ivory Coast as consistent as conceivable by giving first-class dispatching administrations to the entirety of your family products and considerably more!

How Dubai Movers can help for moving to Ivory Coast

Initial, one of our prepared moving masters will give an individual interview, completely sketching out your moving choices dependent on explicit models, for example:

  • Your moving course of events: When do you should be in Ivory Coast?
  • Your land plans: Will you lease or purchasing?
  • Your family/family size: Will you be moving alone or with your family? For business or individual reasons?
  • Cubic feet gauge: How huge is your shipment?

What Will Moving to Ivory Coast Cost?

For an exact gauge of your shipment size, you should plan a home study as ahead of schedule as workable for your transition to Ivory Coast. Our moving masters will survey your effects to give you the best likely gauge to assist your migration. The expense of moving to Ivory Coast will differ impressively dependent on the cubic film of your things and your proposed objective appearance time.

Remember to get some information about our abroad pressing and custom crating administrations, as well!

About Ivory Coast

Côte d’Ivoire, a nation situated on the bank of western Africa. The true capital is Abidjan; the authoritative capital assign (since 1983) is Yamoussoukro.

Côte d’Ivoire is limited toward the north by Mali and Burkina Faso, toward the east by Ghana, toward the south by the Gulf of Guinea, toward the southwest by Liberia, and toward the northwest by Guinea.

The ground rises continually as it retreats from the coast, and the northern portion of the nation comprises of high savanna lying generally 1,000 feet (300 meters) above ocean level. The majority of the western fringe with Liberia and Guinea is formed by mountain extends, whose most noteworthy point, Mount Nimba (5,748 feet [1,752 metres]; see likewise Nimba Range), is arranged in the Mount Nimba Strict Nature Reserve (assigned a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1982), where the outskirts of the three nations meet.

Ivory Coast Economy

Côte d’Ivoire had gained notoriety for a long time, yet this started to change in the last part of the 1980s, and the nation experienced seven straight long stretches of the downturn from 1987 to 1993. During that time the nation couldn’t meet its unfamiliar obligation commitments, however new money related game plans by leaser banks and a 50 per cent degrading of the CFA franc helped the nation toward financial recuperation by the mid-1990s. The CFA cheapening, ordered by France, made Ivoirian fares of lumber, fish, and elastic more appealing. A noteworthy fall in cocoa and espresso costs toward the finish of the twentieth century, in any case, interfered with the recuperation. Political insecurity since the last part of the 1990s additionally prevented the cycle.

The Ivoirian budgetary strategy is generally liberal, and ventures are invited through duty exceptions and lawful assurance against nationalization. Expanded privatization became government strategy during the 1980s, somewhat in light of the administration’s past interest in too many particular endeavours in its endeavour to differentiate the economy. The Ivoirian government effectively met worldwide moneylender conditions for obligation reimbursement, however, it is as yet attempting to order changes in the administration of its open funds and to diminish genuine disparities in the dissemination of pay.

Cote d’Ivoire Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations details

Customs

Import regulations:

Free import by tourists over 15 years of age:
1. 200 cigarettes or 100 cigarillos or 25 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco;
2. 1 bottle of wine and 1 bottle of spirits;
3. 1/2 litre of eau de toilette and 1/4 litre of perfume.

Wild Fauna and Flora:

The import of certain endangered species of plant, live animals and their products is prohibited or restricted under CITES.

Pets:

Cats and dogs must hold:
1. An import license if not accompanied by the passenger. Exempt are pets originating from the following countries: Benin, Burkina Faso, Central African Rep., Chad, Congo, France, Gabon, Madagascar, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Senegal;
2. rabies inoculation certificate and good health certificate, dated at least 3 days before travel and issued by health authorities at the point of origin. The health certificate must indicate that no contagious disease (including rabies) has existed in that territory during the previous 6 weeks.

Baggage Clearance regulations:

Baggage is cleared at the airport of the final destination in Cote d’Ivoire if this is an international airport.
Exempt: baggage of transit passengers with a destination outside of Cote d’Ivoire, which is transferred automatically to the other aeroplane.

Currency

Currency Import regulations:

RESIDENTS:
Local currency (CFA Franc-XOF): unlimited.
Foreign currencies: Euro – EUR: unlimited; other currencies: declaration required (currencies declared to be exchanged into XOF within 8 days).
NON-RESIDENTS:
Local currency: unlimited.
Foreign currencies: Euro – EUR: unlimited; other currencies: unlimited, but a declaration of the amount that will be exported when leaving.

Currency Export regulations:

RESIDENTS: if travelling to countries within the French Monetary Area: local currency (CFA Franc-XOF): unlimited; if travelling to countries outside the French Monetary Area: up to XOF 2,000,000.- or equivalent in foreign currencies.
NON-RESIDENTS:
Local currency: XOF 10,000.- or equivalent in EUR.
Foreign currencies: the equivalent of XOF 500,000.- (currency in excess of limit may be exported if declaration at the time of entry has been made); Traveler’s cheques, letters of credit unlimited, if issued abroad in traveller’s name.

Airport Tax

is levied on passengers embarking in Cote d’Ivoire from:
1. Abidjan airport for destinations:
a. In Cote d’Ivoire: XOF 500.-;
b. In Africa: XOF 4,000.-;
c. Outside Africa: XOF 5,000.-.
2. Any other airport for destinations:
a. In Cote d’Ivoire: XOF 600.-;
b. In Africa: XOF 3,000.-;
c. Outside Africa: XOF 5,000.-.
Place of payment: Airport of departure.

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