Congress OKs Bill Pushing African Trade, Myanmar Sanctions
The bills, which passed through the Senate and the House Thursday morning, extend for three years the third-country fabric provision in the African Growth and Opportunity Act, a bill that grants trade preferences to sub-Saharan African countries.
The AGOA's fabric provision allows textile-producing countries to preserve their preferential trading status under AGOA even if they use yarn or fabric from another...
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