The Africa Growth and Opportunity Act: Analysis and Post 2015 Scenarios

Ruth Kinyanjui

The Africa Growth and Opportunity Act: Analysis and Post 2015 Scenarios    File Size: 0 kB Downloads: 577
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18 February 2016

In 2000, President Bill Clinton signed into law the Africa Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) as a non-reciprocal trade preference programme to sub-Sahara Africa (SSA). The rationale behind AGOA was coined in the mutual interest between the United States (US) and SSA to promote a stable and sustainable economy for development and growth in SSA. The enactment of  AGOA also effectuated high-level dialogues (AGOA Forum) which are annually alternated between US and any SSA beneficiary.


A Motor Industry Steered by an Adhoc Policy?


A Motor Industry Steered by an Adhoc Policy?    |   File Size: 111.44 kB Downloads: 2567   |   Post Date: 12 February 2016

Essentially, the Motor Industry is made up of all those firms that are engaged in the supply of motor vehicles, including parts and accessories to the final consumer, maintaining and repairing of those vehicles. Trade in items such as fuel, that facilitate the use of those vehicles are also part of the motor industry.


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