African Delegations at the Summit

17 June 2017
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Corporate Council on Africa (Washington, DC)

Corporate Council on Africa's 11th Biennial U.S.-Africa Business Summit  June 13-16, 2017
Omni Shoreham Hotel | Washington, DC

African Delegations at the Summit
There will be more than 15 African government and private sector delegations attending CCA's upcoming U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Washington, DC.

Countries Include:

  • Republic of Angola Republic of Cameroon
  • Republic of Cote d'Ivoire
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Republic of Equatorial Guinea
  • Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia
  • Republic of Ghana
  • Republic of Guinea
  • Republic of Kenya
  • Republic of Mali
  • Republic of Mauritius
  • Kingdom of Morocco
  • Republic of Mozambique
  • Republic of Namibia
  • Republic of Nigeria
  • Republic of South Africa

…and More

About the U.S.-Africa Business Summit

Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) will convene business and government leaders at its 11th biennial U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Washington, DC to discuss the challenges of doing business in Africa, proffer actionable solutions for businesses looking to seize opportunities, advocate to shape effective U.S.-Africa trade and investment policies. The theme for the 2017 U.S.-Africa Business Summit is The U.S. Stake in Africa: A Call for Greater Economic Engagement. This overarching theme is explored through three main topics on each day:

1.      Navigating the African Market
2.      Africa in a Globalizing Economy
3.      Regional Integration and the Impact on Trade and Investment

Interested in U.S.-Africa business, trade and investment? You are invited to register to attend.


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