So the Chinese are benefiting from AGOA

From Loomnie Wed Dec 19 2012, 04:36:48

Of course they are: A paper from the Centre for the Study of African Economies suggests that savvy Chinese companies have set up shop in Africa as a route to get their products into the US, with the added incentive of all those juicy AGOA benefits. The logic is impeccable. Not only [...]

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