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AGOA Country Strategy Botswana
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is a non-reciprocal unilateral trade preference program that provides duty-free access into the United States (U.S.) for qualifying exports from eligible Sub-Saharan African countries. The current 10-year extension of AGOA from 2015 to September 2025 recommends that each AGOA-beneficiary country develops an AGOA utilization (response) strategy.
Botswana, through the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry (MITI) has decided to develop a National AGOA Response Strategy to enable the country to take advantage of, and realize the full potential of the AGOA trade initiative.
This strategy document is divided into seven major sections: Introduction, Background, Situation Analysis, Potential Sectors for Support under AGOA, Proposed Strategic Activities to Address Identified Challenges, Implementation Plan, and Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) Framework.


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