Rwanda's Kagame Dismisses U.S. Threat Over EAC's Used Clothes Ban

Rwanda has defiantly said it will proceed with the planned phase-out of importation of second-hand clothes despite the threats that it could lead to a review of eligibility to access duty-free access to the U.S. market.

Second hand 'Mitumba' clothes on display at an open stall at a Kenyan market.

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