"The days of non-reciprocal trade arrangements are gone," according to Witney Schneidman and Moyombuya Ngubula from the Brookings Institution's African Growth Initiative. It is time to explore new arrangements for U.S.-Africa trade to take the place of the AGOA trade pact that expires in 2025. They advocate creating of a high-level panel by the United States and African Union.
The Anbesa factory in Addis Ababa produces shoes that are exported under.the AGOA trade pact to the United States for sale by several leading brands.
How to Get to Reciprocal U.S.-Africa Trade Pact
Brookings, 22 September 2017
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