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COTE D’IVOIRE FASHION INDUSTRY, TOURISM AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
COTE D’IVOIRE FASHION INDUSTRY
Cote d’Ivoire has one of the most dynamic, creative and vibrating Fashion industry in Africa.
Cote d’Ivoire was declared as 36th Country AGOA eligible on May 16th 2002 but was removed on January 2005. On October 25th 2011, President Obama restored the eligibility of Cote d’Ivoire. The country has been declared Eligible for Apparel Provision on March 19th 2013 and benefits the Lesser Developed Country Special Rule for Apparel (3rd country fabric) and Lesser Developed Country Rule for Certain Textile Articles (Category 0).
AGOA APPAREL, TEXTILES & FOOTWEAR BUSINESS FORUM WITH WORLD RENOWNED Prof. JIMMY CHOO OBE
This is an exclusive event by AGOA Expo to host Prof. Choo’s Fashion Business Forum in the United States of America. Join us to learn first-hand his business models, business ethics and future strategies. Expand your business in the United States and Asia-Pacific. Register now as seats are limited by African country AGOA eligible.
New York: September 25th –
WHAT ARE THE MAIN AGOA APPAREL RULES OF ORIGIN?
The Rules of Origin (RoO) for Apparel exports under AGOA require Apparel to be assembled in Eligible Sub-Saharan African Countries with Yarn and Fabric made either in the United States or in African Countries, with an exception made for the Least Developped Countries. This rule is very important because it promotes job creation, economic growth, women empowerment and poverty eradication in African Countries.