SUBCHAPTER I—TRADE POLICY FOR SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA
Statement of policy.
United States-Sub-Saharan Africa Trade and Economic Cooperation Forum.
Sub-Saharan Africa defined.
SUBCHAPTER II—TRADE BENEFITS
Treatment of certain textiles and apparel.
Protections against transshipment.
Free trade agreements with sub-Saharan African countries.
Assistant United States Trade Representative for African Affairs.
SUBCHAPTER III—ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT RELATED ISSUES
Sense of the Congress regarding comprehensive debt relief for the world’s poorest countries.
Executive branch initiatives.
Overseas Private Investment Corporation initiatives.
Export-Import Bank initiatives.
Expansion of the United States and Foreign Commercial Service in sub-Saharan Africa.
Donation of air traffic control equipment to eligible sub-Saharan African countries.
Additional authorities and increased flexibility to provide assistance under the Development Fund for Africa.
Assistance from United States private sector to prevent and reduce HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa.
Sense of the Congress relating to HIV/AIDS crisis in sub-Saharan Africa.
Study on improving African agricultural practices.
Sense of the Congress regarding efforts to combat desertification in Africa and other countries.
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