Agoa's pushing bilateral trade

Bharath, Kaveer
January 2005
Finance Week;1/31/2005, p38
Reports on the increase in trade between the U.S. and sub-Saharan Africa under the African Growth & Opportunity Act (AGOA). Concessions offered by the law to all export industries; Difficulty of African countries to attract long-term investment because the uncertainty regarding the future of AGOA; Reluctance of regional and international investors to commit long-term investments targeting the U.S. market.


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