Washington D.C. - The United States-Azerbaijan Chamber of Commerce (USACC) and The America Georgia Business Council (AGBC) co-hosted the information session on the U.S. Department of Commerce Certified Trade Mission to Azerbaijan and Georgia, scheduled for April 5-10, 2020. USACC Executive Director welcomed the guests and briefed them about the upcoming trade mission to Azerbaijan, which offers unique opportunities for American businesses to explore Azerbaijani and Georgian marketplaces.
The session was attended by Deputy Minister of Labor & Social Protection of Azerbaijan Anar Karimov and Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Genadi Arveladze, as well as USACC and AGBC member and partner organizations.
Informing the guests about the ongoing large-scale social and economic reforms in Azerbaijan, Deputy Minister Karimov highlighted Azerbaijan’s wide economic potential and competitive business environment in the country. From the Georgian side, Deputy Minister Arveladze briefed the audience about the regulatory and tax environment in Georgia.
Certified Trade Mission to Azerbaijan and Georgia offers the mission participants an exclusive opportunity to learn about upcoming government projects in infrastructure development; network with government officials, business executives, representatives of local, U.S. and global companies; identify and meet prospective partners, customers, government buyers, agents, and distributors and explore private business opportunities in both countries.
For more information on the CTM2020 please visit us at www.usacc.org
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