'Investment Mindset' Key to Boosting U.S.-Africa Business Ties

Tackling misperceptions about Africa was a hot topic at the U.S.-Africa Business Summit this month in Washington, DC. More than 800 private sector and government leaders heard the first Africa policy speech from a senior Trump team member - Commercie Secretary Wilbur Ross - and discussed a range of topics during three days of panels and plenaries.

CCA president and CEO, Florizelle Liser and H.E. Marcel de Souza, President of ECOWAS sign a MoU

African Development Bank Group (AfDB) president Akin Adesina with the president of Mozambique H.E Filipe Nyusi during the welcome and opening plenary at the U.S.-Africa Business Summit, Wednesday, June 13th in Washington, DC

Honorable Wilbur Ross, Secretary, United States Department of Commerce delivers a speech to open the presidents' plenary at the 2017 U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Washington, DC


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