Ethiopia is planning to capitalise on the U.S. trade pact that forms part of the African Growth and Opportunity Act, enacted in May 2001, that provides Sub Saharan African ... Read more »
A new report from the World Bank says regular food shortages in sub-Saharan Africa is one of many likely impacts of a possible global temperature rise of two degrees Celsius in ... Read more »
The Annual AGOA Forum has seen an exchange of ideas which furthers the common goal for Africa's new economic reality - "in particular recognizing the continent's rapid economic ... Read more »
The White House announced a U.S. Strategy Toward Sub-Saharan Africa that provides a "proactive and forward looking vision grounded in partnership". The Presidential Policy Document ... Read more »
The African Growth and Opportunity Act will remain eligible to the current forty sub-Saharan African countries for trade preferences and benefits with the United States. Read more »
Economic growth in Africa will help stabilize the continent and reduce conflict, as well as improve the well-being of its people. Read more »
The U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Washington, DC from June 24 to 27 included speeches by President George Bush and Secretary of State Colin Powell and participation by a ... Read more »
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