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Tag: AGOA

SA government committed to resolve the poultry crises

SA government committed to resolve the poultry crises

03 Feb 17  News
A number of interventions are being identified which include measures to boost competitiveness, value-addition and technology upgrading; trade measures; export support to assist th...
United States’ trade with Africa – 2016

United States’ trade with Africa – 2016

01 Feb 17  Infographics
Africa offers substantial trade and investment opportunities across national and regional markets, and provides significant opportunities for US companies. SADC, COMESA and ECOWAS...
‘SA to pursue trade agreements with UK post-Brexit’

‘SA to pursue trade agreements with UK post-Brexit’

25 Jan 17  News
South Africa will continue to pursue bilateral and regional negotiations with the British government despite its exit from the European Union (EU), the Minister of Trade and Indust...
Togo

Togo

23 Jan 17  Resource
Sierra Leone

Sierra Leone

23 Jan 17  Resource
Senegal

Senegal

23 Jan 17  Resource
São Tomé and Príncipe

São Tomé and Príncipe

23 Jan 17  Resource
Nigeria

Nigeria

23 Jan 17  Resource
Niger

Niger

23 Jan 17  Resource
Mauritania

Mauritania

23 Jan 17  Resource
Mali

Mali

23 Jan 17  Resource
Liberia

Liberia

23 Jan 17  Resource
Guinea-Bissau

Guinea-Bissau

23 Jan 17  Resource
Guinea

Guinea

23 Jan 17  Resource
Ghana

Ghana

23 Jan 17  Resource
Gabon

Gabon

23 Jan 17  Resource
Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast)

23 Jan 17  Resource
Congo

Congo

23 Jan 17  Resource
Chad

Chad

23 Jan 17  Resource
Agoa treaty facing possible repeal in Trump administration

Agoa treaty facing possible repeal in Trump administration

23 Jan 17  News
Sub-Saharan Africa is concerned about the future of a trade pact with the United States after President Donald Trump said it only benefits the corrupt. President Trump’s n...

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