Africa Now Has A Market Place; The Obamarkets Initiative Infrastructure.

obamarkets-intra-african-trade-in-food-items
The Obamarkets initiative believes there are essentially 3 points that would local communities and cities gain from its enormous untapped potential through local integration in Africa to deliver poverty reduction and developmental gains; that can take a fresh look at some regional integration initiatives if the continent is to become better integrated; and that the Obamarkets Group is here to support the continent’s governments and communities in achieving this over voiced goals. First – the challenges that producers and manufacturers faced and the opportunities that exist if these challenges should be overcome. Intra-Trade for African Products has long been a strategic objective for Africa and the world yet, despite a few in eliminating tariffs within communities such as the ECOWAS region, the African market remains hugely protected when...

African Growth And Opportunity Act (AGOA) Will Prosper More With A Partner Like Obamarkets.

obamarkets-picture-showing-president-obama-signature-agoa-extension-in-2015
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is a United States Trade Act, enacted on 18 May 2000 as Public Law 106 of the 200th Congress. AGOA has since been renewed to 2025. The legislation significantly enhances market access to the US for qualifying Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries. Qualification for AGOA preferences is based on a set of conditions contained in the AGOA legislation. In order to qualify and remain eligible for AGOA, each country must be working to improve its rule of law, human rights, and respect for core labour standards. The AGOA eligibility requirements are listed in more detail at ObamarketsAndAgoa. Amidst these requirements, there should be more importantly, a unifying marketplace where African Products should be listed and sellers contacted without the conventional hustles. A dedicated website and Marketplace has...