Conundrum Over Discordant U.S. & European Trade Policies
In the wake of the Africa Leaders Summit there was a sense among many participants that a new era in US-African relations was genuinely possible. Nevertheless, the EU trade policy toward Africa could be a major obstacle to this new era achieving its full potential.
ECDPM, 24 October 2014
The Africa Leaders Summit, held in Washington in early August, marked a welcome and important turning point as trade and investment became a top priority in US-African relations.… Read more »
President Obama addressing the U.S.-Africa Business Forum.
SA Info, 24 October 2014
In August this year, US President Obama made a commitment to support the continuation of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa), a legislation that provides duty-free market… Read more »
The Trade Beat, 22 October 2014
While EPAs are finally being concluded, the global and African landscapes are being fundamentally reshaped by the connected phenomena of mega-regional trade negotiations and… Read more »
PR Newswire, 16 October 2014
The agreement will provide legal certainty for businesses and open a long-term perspective for free and unlimited access to the EU market for products from Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda,… Read more »