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Nigerian-American trade relations took a new dimension when the American government domesticated the WTO trade liberalisation in support of economic growth in the sub-Saharan Africa by signing into law the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) in May, 2000. AGOA posed new challenges to the Nigerian private sector; the first was setting the enabling environment through legislations. Not much of the private sector input in facilitating trade relationship between the two nations under AGOA is documented. What is well known are the objectives and contents of AGOA; its conditionalities and benefits; and that Nigeria was one of the eligible nations. This paper sets out to examine AGOA and the Nigerian-American Chamber of Commerce’s advocacy in setting the enabling commercial environment for global trade and business networking under AGOA between 2000 and 2010. It is a study in bilateral trade and investment relations from the perspective of the private sector.
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