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The AGOA.info archives contain a wide and growing selection of documents available for download. These are categorised under the ‘Legal’ (AGOA legislation, Bills, certificates, proclamations), ‘Documents and Reports’ (mainly annual US trade reports) , ‘Research Documents’ (academic and other) and ‘General Documents’ (all others downloads).
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2000 AGOA Textile Certificate of Origin (EXPIRED)

2000 AGOA Textile Certificate of Origin (EXPIRED)

(EXPIRED) This is a copy of the AGOA Textile Certificate of Origin. An exporter of apparel/textiles wishing to obtain the preferential treatment available under AGOA (i.e. duty-free treatment) for specific apparel/textile products must complete...
Author US Government
Publish Date 01 May 2000
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The text of the AGOA legislation - Public Law 106

The text of the AGOA legislation - Public Law 106

The legal text of AGOA, to be cited as the "Trade and Development Act of 2000". Also known as "Public Law 106-200" - May 18, 2000.
Author United States Government
Publish Date 01 May 2000
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AGOA Interim Regulations 2003

AGOA Interim Regulations 2003

This document sets forth interim amendments to those provisions of the Customs Regulations that implement the trade benefits for sub-Saharan African countries contained in AGOA. The document provides technical detail and interpretation guidelines...
Author Department of the Treasury
Organisation US Customs Service
Publish Date 01 May 2003
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Products Currently Eligible for Duty-Free Treatment Under GSP

Products Currently Eligible for Duty-Free Treatment Under GSP

This document contains a list of products currently eligible for duty-free treatment if imported from a GSP beneficiary country. AGOA has extended duty-free treatment of the GSP products by a further 1,800+ products. (see in Section for listing of...
Author US International Trade Commission
Organisation US Government
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The Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa

The Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa

Document listing the countries of Sub-Saharan Africa. The African Growth and Opportunity Act applies only to Sub-Saharan African countries having met certain conditions, meaning that while AGOA-eligible countries have to be from Sub-Saharan...
Author n/a
Organisation n/a
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Full text of AGOA II amendments

Full text of AGOA II amendments

The full legal text of the recent amendments to AGOA, known as 'AGOA II'.
Author US Congress
Organisation US Congress
Publish Date 01 May 2002
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AGOA II legislative amendments - summary

AGOA II legislative amendments - summary

This document outlines the recent (2002) amendments to AGOA. Included in these amendments is clarification regarding the duty-free treatment of knit-to-shape textiles, the re-classification of Namibia and Botswana as a "Lesser Developed Country"...
Author U.S. Government
Publish Date 02 January 2002
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Review of AGOA certificate of origin - request for comments 2013

Review of AGOA certificate of origin - request for comments 2013

U.S. Customs and Border Protection is extending through August 14, 2013 the period for public comment on the proposed extension of the African Growth and Opportunity Act Certificate of Origin. For preferential treatment under AGOA, the exporter is...
Author Department of Homeland Security
Organisation Department of Homeland Security
Publish Date 10 July 2013
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AGOA Countries: Challenges and considerations in exporting horticultural products to the United States

AGOA Countries: Challenges and considerations in exporting horticultural products to the United States

Congress, the Administration, and other stakeholders continue to be involved in serious efforts to improve upon the African Growth Opportunity Act (AGOA), which was first signed into law a decade ago, on May 18, 2000. To meet its objective of...
Author Richard Pasco
Organisation McLeod, Watkinson & Miller
Publish Date 31 July 2010