CCA: Mozambique as Host of 2019 U.S.-Africa Business Summit

The Corporate Council on Africa's 12th U.S.-Africa Business Summit will be hosted in Maputo, Mozambique in June 2019. The CCA Summit has been considered the essential conference on U.S.-Africa business and investment since its inception in 1997 and will be in its 12th iteration next year.


Exclusive interview for Leading Edge Guides with Florizelle Liser, Corporate Council...

"With Africa being the second fastest growing region globally and accounting for 6 of the 10 fastest growing economies in the world, many U.S. companies – both multinationals as well as small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) – are invested in a range of sectors in Africa."
Chakrabarti, President of ERBD

Interview with Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President of EBRD: Making a real impact

Interview with Sir Suma Chakrabarti, President of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)   The EBRD will soon hold its annual meeting in Jordan. What would you say are its key priorities...

All #COMESA member states who are currently in Lusaka for the #COMESASummit2018 gave a standing ovation to #Ethiopia #Eritrea for their bold and visionary leadership #peacedeal This should be emulated @_AfricanUnion @allafrica @AU_PSD @UNHumanRights @UNPeacekeeping

Exclusive Interview: @LopesInsights, former executive secretary at @ECA_OFFICIAL, discusses how agro-processing can transform #Africa. https://t.co/CylTUDIpBB

#Africa’s #agriculture sector provides 60% of jobs across the continent. Modernising the sector means millions of farmers will be able to become more productive, earning higher incomes & lifting themselves out of poverty.

See example of how we're working to make that happen 👇🏿

#Ethiopia registered 9% GDP growth in 2017/18 and similar growth expected next year. Source: Prime Minister Abiy’s report to Parliment. For investors this kind of growth (fastest in #Africa) is encouraging, even if the economy faces certain short-term headwinds (forex, etc).

RT @LE_Guides: RT @AfDB_Group: #DidYouKnow Africa produces 75% of global cocoa production? In addition to developing value chains, we also work to support #cocoa producers in #Ghana and #IvoryCoast to reduce volatility of international prices …