MoC declares import rules for BEVs in pilot project

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The Ministry of Commerce released a directive (62/2022) dated 11 November 2022 regarding the import rules for electric vehicles (EV) in the pilot project.
The importers must abide by the standards and import quota set by the national-level leading committee on development of electric vehicles and related business.
The ministry stated that the importing companies must comply with the following facts if they do not hold business licences for showrooms in the pilot project to help support the electric vehicle and related businesses. The companies must register with the Directorate of Investment and Company Administration whether it is a joint venture or wholly citizen-owned business. They must show the sales contracts with exporting companies.
They have to be sought approval from a national-level leading committee on the development of electric vehicles and related business. There must be an EV warranty, spare parts availability, and service and maintenance of those vehicles.
The companies must seek permission from the MoC to register with the Road Transport Administration Department.
The directive takes effect on the bus or motor van for the transport of ten or more persons including the driver and motor vehicle for personal use. They must be Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs). The rules in the directive are effective between 1 January 2023 and 31 December 2023. Further amendments are to be made if necessary. — TWA/GNLM

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