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When

Thursday, February 18, 2021 (4 PM - 5 PM) (GMT+3)

Event Details

The coming into office of the Biden-Harris administration has sparked an overall positive response from Business, and more so Africa. While it is impossible to identify one unifying expectation across the continent, the general expectation is that of a return to diplomacy, multilateral cooperation, promotion of democracy and good governance - What does this translate to for Business?

This forum aims to share critical insights, analysis and create understanding around critical business issues to take into consideration as the new administration takes shape and will include:


  • An overview of the Biden-Harris administration's key priorities.
  • Analysis of possible Biden-Harris administration's Africa trade & investment priorities.
  • A highlight of possible policy changes that might impact the U.S.- Africa commercial relationship.


Join the discussion, February 18, 2021 at 4pm EAT*



*This event is for AmCham Members Only



Speakers

  • Scott Eisner (President, U.S. - Africa Business Centre, U.S. Chamber of Commerce)

    Scott Eisner

    President, U.S. - Africa Business Centre, U.S. Chamber of Commerce

  • Florie Liser (President and CEO, Corporate Council on Africa)

    Florie Liser

    President and CEO, Corporate Council on Africa

  • Witney Schneidman (Senior International Advisor for Africa, Covington & Burling)

    Witney Schneidman

    Senior International Advisor for Africa, Covington & Burling

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