Lorenzo Rotunno, Pierre-Louis Vézina, Zheng Wang, 14 October 2012

The surge in African apparel exports that followed the launch of new US trade preferences in 2000 gave hope that African industrialisation was around the corner. Ten years down the road, the success was all but forgotten. This column shows this is because US trade policies inadvertently turned Africa into a temporary trade corridor for China.


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