Kenya Caves on Used-Clothes Ban to Save U.S. Trade Deal #Agoa

The country has retreated from a proposed ban on used clothes, reversed tariff increases and held confidential meetings with U.S. officials ahead of a decision by Washington to review duty-free access for Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda to markets under the African Growth and Opportunity Act.

Heaps of second-hand clothes.

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