CANADA: PM Pledges To Axe African Textile Tariffs
Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien has pledged to axe textile tariffs on African imports during his high-profile visit to Nigeria and several other African nations
The PM announced he would scrap tariffs of up to 19 per cent on clothing and garment imports from Africa in a bid to give the region#;s industry a major boost and help its people tackle poverty.
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