GENEVA — The repeal of restrictive sourcing guidelines and continued duty free access to the U.S. market augur well for African apparel exports, according to a new United Nations report.
“African apparel exporters to the United States were given a new boost when the U.S. Congress repealed AGOA’s ‘abundant supply’ provision in October 2008,” said the U.N. study, referring to the African Growth & Opportunity Act.
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