Seventh country drops bureaucratic requirement in West Africa

The Gambia became the latest West African country this fall to abolish the requirement of certificates of origin (COO) for agricultural traders, thanks to year-long efforts of the Trade Hub and its Gambian partner, the Association of Farmers, Educators, and Traders (AFET). The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) officially eliminated the COO requirement… Read More

Ivoirians and Ghanaians learn AGOA customs procedures

Three information sessions taught by Trade Hub experts in Abidjan and Accra shared procedural and strategic trade insights with over 100 stakeholders from various value chains, governmental departments, and trade support institutions Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire and in Accra, Ghana. The events on November 2 and 7 delved into standard operating procedures for the U.S. African… Read More

Guinea workshops teach procedures for exports, AGOA visas, and trade shows

In the Guinean capital of Conakry, events co-hosted by the Trade Hub and the Chambre de Commerce, d’Industrie et d’Artisanat de Guinée (CCIAG) explained new U.S. export requirements, trade shows, and transaction management. Attendees of the events on October 27 and 31—the majority of whom were women—work in Guinean value chains such as palm oil,… Read More

KAD lands Zuvaa production contract with Trade Hub support

A New York-based online marketplace for Africa-inspired fashion, Zuvaa, has outsourced production for two of its designs to Ghana-based apparel producer KAD Manufacturing, as reported by KAD’s Managing Director, Mrs. Linda Ampah, during a factory visit on July 20 by representatives from the Trade Hub and the Ghana Export Promotion Authority (GEPA). Organized upon the… Read More

Guinean exporters prepare to take advantage of AGOA

As an exporter and a member of the Guinea chapter of the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Program (AWEP), Mme. Hawa Karando had heard about the U.S. African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). But she still wasn’t sure what the preferential trade agreement entailed. “My exports are not big, and so I share a container with sometimes… Read More

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