- SACU (Southern African Customs Union)
- SADC Free Trade Area
- COMESA (Common Market for Eastern & Southern Africa)
- EPA (Economic Partnership Agreement)
- AGOA (Africa Growth & Opportunities Act)
Swaziland is party to a number of regional and international trade agreements that have proved to be of enormous benefit to new and existing investors.
The Southern Africa Customs Union - allows for the free movement of goods between member countries, enabling each to receive its share of the customs pool generated by commodities imported from outside the member countries.
The Economic Partnership Agreement - an agreement between the 15 EU member states and the 70 African, Caribbean and Pacific countries which provides for export commodities originating from ACP states to enter the EU countries free of customs and other duties.
Southern African Development Community - an association of 14 Southern African states whose objective is to sustain regional collaboration in order to promote economic growth and improve general conditions.
The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa - represents 20 countries and aims to promote cooperation between the member states in all areas of economic activity.
General Systems of Preferences (G.S.P.) - under the G.S.P. Swaziland enjoys preferential market access and quota free entry to the U.S.A.
African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) : Duty and quota free access to the USA. market for more than 6,500 products.
Swaziland is also a member of the United Nations and a founder member of the World Trade Organization.
Other international links include membership of:
African Development Bank
The Commonwealth of Nations
International Monetary Fund
The World Bank
World Trade Organisation
International Labour Organisation