The measure is part of a legislative package aimed at stimulating and boosting the economy, which was presented this Friday at the end of the 5th meeting of the Economic Commission of the Council of Ministers.
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José de Lima Massano also announced measures to support exports, such as the Single Support Desk for Exporters, and access to land, with the Single Window for Granting Land Rights, which will facilitate access to land and respective registration.
According to the minister, "there are several entities that intervene in the export process, not always with the necessary coordination, which in some cases leads to losing space for the placement of products in the national market, conditioning the path of diversification of the economy and generation of exchange resources".
With regard to commercial activity, prior authorization will no longer be required for activities that do not require a commercial license, with communication to the municipal authority being sufficient.
The minister underlined that the executive wants the measures to come into force as soon as possible, without advancing deadlines, but imposing the end of the year as a limit.