In 2015, temporary restrictions were imposed on the importation of onions and potatoes.
These restrictions, which were designed to protect domestic suppliers of vegetables, were lifted in April 2017.
The results of the IPR were presented in April 2017 and the Gambian government has committed to implementing the recommendations contained in the IPR.
The IPR will be posted on The Gambia promotes business facilitation through the Gambia Investment and Export Promotion Agency (GIEPA), which is mandated to facilitate the establishment, operation, and development of businesses in The Gambia.
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All investments are subject to conditions established by the GIEPA Act.The eight sectors are agriculture, air services, energy, fisheries, Information Communication Technology (ICT), light manufacturing, river transportation, and tourism. The Gambia Investment and Export Promotion Agency (GIEPA) facilitate foreign investment in The Gambia.There are no laws or practices that discriminate against foreign investors, including U. GIEPA’s mandate includes export promotion and support for small and micro enterprise (SME) development.There is no current information on how the GIEPA review process for investment proposals works, or the duration period for such reviews.In 2016 UNCTAD conducted a fact-finding mission to produce an Investment Policy Review (IPR) for The Gambia.A Private Sector Strategy document was also prepared under former President Jammeh, but the document never went to the cabinet for approval.