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GSP Handbook (UNCTAD) 2003

GSP Handbook (UNCTAD) 2003

Handbook / Guide on the General System of Preferences (GSP) of the United States. This guide includes features of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) as it relates to the GSP. Prepared by the UNCTAD Technical Cooperation Project on...
Author UNCTAD
Organisation United Nations
Publish Date 13 May 2003
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Lists and codes of US ports (a customs requirement)

Lists and codes of US ports (a customs requirement)

Classification of United States customs districts and ports for US foreign trade. This appendix provides a complete listing of valid district/port codes of the U.S., and is important information for exporters and shipping agencies.
Author U.S. Customs
Organisation U.S. Customs
Publish Date 27 October 2000
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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
Ethiopia coffee industry value chain analysis (USAID / COMPETE 2010)

Ethiopia coffee industry value chain analysis (USAID / COMPETE 2010)

Profiling the actors, their interactions, costs, constraints and opportunities. The birthplace of coffee, Ethiopia is home to some of the finest coffees in the world. Ethiopia is currently the top African coffee exporter and ranked sixth in the...
Author Chemonics International Inc
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Burundi coffee supply value chain analysis (USAID / COMPETE 2010)

Burundi coffee supply value chain analysis (USAID / COMPETE 2010)

Profiling the actors, their interaction, costs constraints and opportunities. The coffee industry is the country's main export, providing about 70% of foreign currency revenues. Roughly 600,000 rural households, or almost 40% of the population,...
Author Chemonics International Inc.
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