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Egypt Tops Where to Invest in Africa Study, With Ethiopia and Rwanda on the Rise

Egypt, Ethiopia and Rwanda are up, and South Africa, Nigeria and Algeria are down, while all of Africa is at a crossroads in economic development, according to the newest edition of Rand Merchant Bank’s “Where to Invest in Africa 2018” report.

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TradeNews

New African Nations Get AGOA Trade Benefits, Others at Risk

As the U.S. continues its wholesale review of all trade agreements and preference programs—including the African Growth and Opportunity Act—it seems to still be building up on the AGOA program that’s so far still set to run through 2025.

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The Battle for African Trade Pits US Against China

If the U.S. and China have their way, Africa could soon begin to reach its potential as the next great frontier for apparel and textile sourcing.

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US Bets on Apparel Sourcing in Africa With Grant to Create 2,000 New Jobs

Companies may be on the fence about whether to commit to sourcing apparel in Africa, but the U.S. seems certain enough about the continent’s potential to keep investing in the sector there—and namely in Kenya.

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Is the US Looking to End AGOA?

Sub-Saharan Africa has both been the land of sourcing opportunity and the land where trade was most likely to remain close to status quo amid other potential adjustments to U.S. agreements.

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