Florizelle Liser, president and CEO of the Corporate Council on Africa, says "the key message" from the U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Maputo is "the door is very much open for American companies" across Africa. In her latest report to members, she described the number "lively sessions" on wide-ranging topics that took place during the three-day event.
Heads=of-state session at the U.S.-Africa Business Summit in Maputo.
CCA President Reflects on 'Very Successful" U.S.-Africa Business Summit
CCA, 30 June 2019
Welcome to summer! We're just back from a very successful U.S.-Africa Business Summit, June 18-21 in Maputo. Read more »
Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) welcomed more than 1,000 Summit attendees, including the Heads of State, Vice Presidents, and Prime Ministers from nine African nations to the ... Read more »
African heads-of-state or government and more than 1,000 business leaders are in Maputo until June 21, 2019, attending the U.S.-Africa Business Summit, hosted by the Mozambican ... Read more »
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