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Does AGOA unfairly benefit Chinese firms?

February 13, 2017, African Business Magazine

Witney Schneidman is quoted in an African Business Magazine article regarding claims that the African Growth and Opportunity Act unfairly benefits Chinese firms more than African entrepreneurs.  According to Schneidman, “I think the criticism is a red herring to be honest.” He adds, “Chinese companies have been at the forefront of helping to expand the production and manufacturing of apparel products in Africa […] This is really about Africa benefiting from jobs created, labour conditions being respected and taxes paid.”

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