ECOWAS Regional Policy and subsequently launched the National Quality Award (NQP).
L-R: Min. Diggs, Ms. Zheng and Mr. Degbelo
L-R: Minister Diggs (5th) position, with colleagues
….Minister Diggs Praises Liberian Artists
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News & Press Releases
  • Liberia Commemorates World Quality Day
    2022-11-14
    Monday: November 14, 2022: The Liberian Government, through the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI), along with partners, on Thursday, November 10, 2022, held an official program commemorating World Quality Day. Read more »
  • Beware of Dubious Elements
    2022-08-09
    The Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) is calling on the public, mainly the business community to beware of unscrupulous individuals who are using the name of the Ministry to extort money from business people. Read more »
  • WTO Delegation Concludes Visit To Liberia
    2022-07-15
    A two-member delegation from the World Trade Organization (WTO) has concluded a three-day visit to Liberia with focus on the country’s Trade Policy Review. Read more »
  • Employees Upbeat Minister Diggs’ Preferment as July 26 Orator
    2022-07-12
    Press Release: Monday, July 11, 2022: The selection of Commerce and Industry Minister (MoCI), Mawine Guetta Diggs, as National Orator for the 2022 Independence Day Program has been hailed by employees of the Ministry. Read more »
  • Liberia Committed To WTO Doha Declaration on Public Health
    2022-06-15
    Press Release: Tuesday, June 14, 2022: Liberia’s Minister of Commerce and Industry Minister, Mawine Guetta Diggs, has reaffirmed her country’s commitment to the World Trade Organization’s Doha Declaration and strongly supports the current African group position for TRIPS Waiver on health-related products, including vaccines. Read more »
  • Press Release June 3, 2022
    2022-06-03
    Press Release June 3, 2022   The Ministry of Commerce and Industry earlier this year informed the general pubic that in the midst of disruptions to the global supply chain posed by COVID 19 and now the subsequent Russia-Ukraine War, which greatly affects cost of freight and sourcing of commodities from international suppliers, the Government of Liberia remains committed to ensuring essential commodities remain available and affordable on the local market. Read more »
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