Indigo-dyed textiles (file photo). Hundreds of delegates are meeting in Addis Ababa to discuss the future of the African Growth and Opportunity Act.Full story
Africa is at a critical threshold as it awakens its vast but long-dormant potential, writes Mimi Alemayehou, executive vice president of the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corporation.Full story
Cotton used to make textiles. The United States is beginning its review of the current AGOA agreement, which expires in 2015, by looking at its successes.Full story
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