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The mission of the ABI is to engage the U.S. business community on legislative policies that foster foreign direct investment in Africa, to facilitate trade between the United States and African countries, and to introduce U.S. companies to the continent's vast economic opportunities.

Five ways China's economic crisis will affect #Africa http://t.co/1ZBGfmfp6F


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Issue Brief

Revised November 17, 2014

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is monitoring the Ebola outbreak. While we do not anticipate any imminent or significant impacts to businesses due to the virus, it's smart to be informed and prepared. Similar to the H1N1 flu pandemic in 2009, the Chamber will continue to monitor the ongoing situation in Africa and developments in the United States.

Below, you will find some basics about the outbreak and resources, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), to help members stay informed as circumstances change.

9 months 2 weeks ago
Above the Fold

The U.S. Chamber's Africa Business Initiative is working with both U.S. and African partners to make more American companies aware of the opportunities in Africa and to highlight the region's continued strides in security, democracy, economic growth, and social development.

1 year 2 weeks ago

Above the Fold

We've launched a new platform to help you make sense of policy issues that affect the business community. You can always find it in the menu above or click here.