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Two-way agricultural trade between the United States and Southern Africa has grown significantly in the past decade, reaching a record $1.5 billion in 2017.
This is the first FAIRS report for Angola, documenting the country’s technical policies, practices, and import requirements for food and agricultural products.
In August of this year, the Kansas Department of Agriculture (KDA) organized a trade mission to Ethiopia to generate investment and trade linkages with the local agricultural industry.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s voracious appetite for imported agricultural goods is a direct result of the region’s robust growth in gross domestic product (GDP) and population.
A strong economic outlook, growing middle class and surging demand for consumer-oriented foods make Sub-Saharan Africa one of the fastest-growing regions for U.S. agricultural exports.