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National Stakeholder Consultation on the Fisheries Management Bill

  The Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries will be hosting several Stakeholder Consultations on the New Fisheries Management Bill 2023, which aims to create a robust legal basis to... Continue »

Fisheries Management Review

25th September, 2023:- Trinidad and Tobago was identified by the European Commission as a non-cooperating third country pursuant to provisions of Article 32 of the European Council Regulation (EC) no.... Continue »


EXPORT APPLICATIONS: A. General documents required: Completed Ministry of Trade Form in duplicate First time applicant, individual: Original and copy of Advice of Assignment of BIR Number and Account Numbers... Continue »

IMPORT APPLICATIONS AND DUTY RELIEF LICENCE: (commonly referred to as “Minister’s Licence”)

IMPORT APPLICATIONS AND DUTY RELIEF LICENCE: (commonly referred to as “Minister’s Licence”) A. General documents required: Completed Application Form (in triplicate) for Licence to Import Goods into Trinidad and Tobago... Continue »

Inspection of swordfish and bigeye tuna for export and issue of Certificate of Eligibility for Export

This activity is undertaken in compliance with management measures of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT). Continue »

Import and Export Licences for chilled/ frozen seafood for commercial purposes

A license is required to import/export, chilled/frozen seafood for commercial purposes. Continue »

Duty and VAT Exemption on Imported Engines, Engine Parts and Marine Accessories

This facility is available to Registered Vessel Owners (Valid Fisherman’s Certificate, Certificate of Record for vessel). Continue »

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