ANALYSIS: AGOA keeps African textiles afloat
By just-style.com | 29 April 2010
Sub-Saharan Africa is still struggling to make its way in the global textile and clothing industry - but companies are convinced that without the US' African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) the outlook would be bleaker.
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