The Africa Business Forum will convene global business executives, government officials, academic leaders, and 100 Mandela Washington Fellows coming from various countries in Africa.
Join us at the fifth edition of the U.S.-Morocco Trade & Investment Forum—the annual gathering of business leaders, government officials, and stakeholders to discuss the development of trade between the U.S., Morocco and the rest of the African continent.
Five million American jobs depend on trade with our southern neighbor.
The report showcases how U.S. corporate investments across Africa, create beneficial economic and social impact by delivering bottom line value for shareholders and communities in which they operate across the continent.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—U.S. Chamber Senior Vice President and U.S.-Africa Business Center (USAfBC) President Scott Eisner today released the following statement after the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative and U.S. Department of Agriculture announced new market access for U.S.
Visit focuses on expanding economic ties between the U.S., Algeria, and Morocco
This year’s forum will highlight Morocco as a premier regional partner to the U.S. private sector. The event will also profile opportunities in sectors such as energy, industry, and finance for American companies interested in doing business in Morocco.
To see other energetic young Africans like me passionately engaging passionate about U.S. business growth in African markets gave me a sense
Governors from the Lake Region in Kenya visited the Chamber to explore opportunities for collaboration