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The Liberia Telecommunications Authority (LTA) is responsible for mandating the telecom sector through monitoring the compliance of licensees. The LTA advises the minister on policies regarding the telecommunications sector. They establish and maintain the radio spectrum while also resolving disputes between service providers and consumers. They also encourage sustainable domestic and foreign investment, as well as the use of new and efficient technologies.
The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is responsible for the growth and development of Liberia's economy and international trade. This is done through policy development and regulation; which are available on the site along with contact information and current publications.
Building Markets is an organization that builds markets, creates jobs, and sustains peace in developing countries by championing local entrepreneurs and connecting them to new business opportunities. The private sector overviews section provides reports based on the surveys and interviews with buyers and businesses operating in local markets. The site also provides business portals for Afghanistan, Haiti, Liberia, Burma, Mozambique, and Timor-Leste.
The Liberian Registry is an open ship registry including over 4,000 vessels. The site provides information on corporate formation in Liberia with emphasis on maritime companies. Also included is information on expenses, required documents, maritime rules, and the vessel registration process.