Thursday, July 28, 2005
The African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA.org) allows certain African countries to free market trade with the U.S. Some organizations such as Technoserve work with groups in the developing world to upgrade their technologies and training in order to sell their services and products in the global market. Oxfam also advocate the end of excess Western subsidized product sold cheaply in developing countries where farmers are forced to dump the local product unable to match the unrealistic prices from abroad. I guess the question remains to be seen: do we buy local or foreign?
Posted by digtabulous