AGOA Rules of Origin (ROO)

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.

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Apparel and Textiles AGOA eligible

APPAREL AND TEXTILES PRODUCTS AGOA ELIGIBLE

For a couple of years, the World Fashion Industry is unanimous on the fact that Africa is the number one source for Apparel and Textile products. It is great to have the opportunity to make the people living in the United States discover African Textile products, handmade bags, interior design with unique and original patterns, etc through AGOA. Like Music, Fashion has the easy way to promote culture and its universal values. 

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AGOA Visa Arrangements for Exports

WHAT IS THE PROCESS TO EXPORT TO THE UNITED STATES WITH AGOA VISA?

If a Fashion Designer or a Company (The Exporter) from an AGOA Eligible Country wants to export to the United States of America under the Trade and Development Act of 2000 (AGOA IV), there is a couple of steps that must be followed before by the Authorities and the Exporter Designer. In this example, the imaginary African country of Bengali is eligible to export to the US under AGOA IV.

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AFRICAN CLOTHING – AGOA EXPORT CONSORTIUM

African Clothing is a registered trademark at the United States Patent and Trademark Office promoting African Apparel, Footwear and Textile products made in Africa. We are working with African based Fashion Designers and Craftmen as an Export Consortium to take full advantage of the African Growth & Opportunity Act (AGOA).

Fashion Designers products include Ready to Wear – Haute Couture and Bridals, Sportswear,

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African Clothing Sales Events

AFRICAN CLOTHING SALES EVENTS – UNITED STATES TOUR

Meet the Top and Emerging African Fashion Designers and Stylists members of African Clothing Export Consortium during our Sales Events in the United States. Subscribe to our newsletter to get updates. Dates available soon for the other Cities. For more information get in touch with us: Email: info@africanclothing.us

  • New York: September 25th 2018: New York Marriott Marquis Hotel 1535 Broadway,
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African Clothing: African Fashion Designers Marketplace

AFRICAN FASHION MARKETPLACE

A’frican Clothing is a trademark promoting African Apparel, Textiles products and Footwear “Made in Africa” AGOA eligible Countries. We are assisting Fashion Designers, Stylists and Craftmen to take full advantage of the AGOA legislation as a consortium. Our team is ready to make to process easier for you by providing administrative, marketing, legal and merchandising assistance so that you can access the US market like a Professional and trusted brand.

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African Clothing Export Consortium Opportunities

JOIN AFRICAN CLOTHING, THE 1st AGOA EXPORT CONSORTIUM 

When you are in the United States,  specially in New York State and you think about Fashion, Apparel Shopping, you will think naturally or they will direct you absolutely around the Downtown area, everybody will tell you go to Macy’s, Manhattan Mall, Victoria’s Secret, JC Penny, Marshalls, Bloomingdales, Lord & Taylor, Saks 5th Avenue, Marshalls, Target and so on. If you are thinking about African Style Clothing and Apparel,

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“Made in Africa for America”

AFRICAN CLOTHING: AGOA EXPORT CONSORTIUM

A’frican Clothing is a registered trademark promoting African Apparel, Textile and Footwear products made in Africa by Top and Emerging Fashion Designers. It is also an Export Consortium assisting African Stylists to take advantage of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) as the clothes are for the American market.

WHAT CAN BE EXPORTED TO THE UNITED STATES FROM AFRICA UNDER AGOA?

  • (1) Apparel assembled in one or more eligible Sub – Saharan African (SSA) country with U.S.
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