The African Growth and Opportunity Act: Looking Back, Looking Forward

The Brookings Institution
Publication Date:
12 June 2012
Africa, Trade, Economy, Business and Finance, Sustainable Development

This report from the Brookings Institution concludes that the African Growth and Opportunity Act is the cornerstone of the U.S.-African commercial relationship and reccommends that the legislation be extended for ten years beyond its 2015 expiration.


Agoa Forum Looks to Realising Africa's New Economic Reality

The Annual AGOA Forum has seen an exchange of ideas which furthers the common goal for Africa's new economic reality - "in particular recognizing the continent's rapid economic ... Read more »

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