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Used-Clothing Trade Causes Contention Between US and East African Nations

The commercial enterprise of U.S. companies selling used clothing to African countries doesn’t seem a likely source of controversy, but the issue has become one of contention on two continents.

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East Africa Trade Hub and Maersk-Owned Platform Partner to Simplify Africa Trade

The East Africa Trade and Investment Hub has signed an agreement with Fromtu, a new business-to-business platform of Maersk Group, to provide technical support and market intelligence.

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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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Compliance

Is Africa Ready for a Rush?

Roughly half of all AAFA members source from Africa today, and following last summer’s 10-year renewal of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), that number is likely to increase.

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