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Import and Export laws of Mali

Mali is a big country with around 18M Malian. Official language is French. Mali uses metric system (kilograms, centimeters, Β°C). Time zone is UTC+00:00. Currency used in Mali is West African CFA franc (XOF).

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Import Regulation

Tobacco 🚬

1000 cigarettes or cigarillos;

250 cigars; or

2kg loose tobacco.

Currency πŸ’΅

There is no restriction on the import of local or foreign currency into Mali.

Non-residents of Mali must declare any foreign currency exceeding an amount equivalent to CFA1,000,000.

Prohibited β›”

There is no information available regarding prohibited personal imports. For a list of prohibited commercial imports, please visitProhibited Goods.

Restricted ⚠️

Cats, dogs, and other domestic animals must be accompanied by a health certificate.

Other rules ℹ️

Personal goods and clothing.

Goods up to the value of CFA250,000.

For a comprehensive list of personal goods that may be brought into Mali, please visitFranchises.

Export Regulation

Restricted ⚠️

Personal goods with a value exceed CFA250,000 requires a written declaration for export.

Live animals and their derivative products, including meat, must be accompanied by sanitary or zoosanitary certificate issue by the competent departments of the Ministry responsible for animal husbandry.

Male bovine animals under 5 years of age and breeding female bovine animals require authorisation under special agreements between Mali and third countries.

Protected species and their derivative products protected under CITES require a permit for export.

Plants must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate issued by the competent technical services.

Artworks require export authorisation from the Ministry of Arts and Culture. In order to obtain this, the object in question must be presented for inspection to the Director of the National Museum of Mali.

Gold objects exceeding a total weight of 500g require authorisation for export.

External resources

Prohibited Goods.

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