Trade, Industry and Co-operatives Minister Amelia Kyambadde has said the country is working on a plan to increase its exports to the U.S. through the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act in the next five years. Sub-Saharan African countries export more than 6,000 different products duty-free under AGOA, and in 2017 Uganda exported U.S.$108 million worth of goods.
Uganda's Plan for More Trade on AGOA
East African, 28 November 2018
Uganda is working on a plan to increase its exports to the US through the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa) in the next five years. Read more »
U.S. Firms Seek Uganda Partners to Tap Into AGOA
Observer, 5 June 2017
In a bid to exploit the market in the world's largest economy through the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) extension, firms from the United States will now partner with… Read more »
The move by East African Community member states to ban the importation of used clothes from the U.S. by 2019 will complicate the region's trade arrangements. The office of the US ... Read more »
Governmental officials from Africa and the United States, along with Ministers and representatives from private sector and nongovernmental organizations, met in Washington, DC July ... Read more »
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